In this Tesoro Irlandese post, I finally return to discuss my weekend adventures in LOA Acrobax at the Festival of the Happy Vagina or Festival della Vagina Felice. I bring you through what events I took part in and what the festival was all about…
Oh, how I’ve missed you! In this Tesoro Irlandese post, let me catch you up on one of the most whirlwind months I have had in Rome (where the summer keeps getting hotter…) and share some of my exciting news for the following year!
Finalmente, the most wonderful time of the year is upon us: Gay Pride Month. For this blogpost, I’ll give you the rundown on what I’ve been up to & where and who to follow for more LGBTQIA+ events if you’re ever in the Eternal(ly Fabulous) City.
In this Tesoro Irlandese blogpost, I explore what fun things there are to do in Rome when one is feeling particularly lazy and definitely broke. From street-art tours to religious pilgrimage, this post has it all.
Hello and benvenuti to yet another instalment of Roman Hot Tea. This Tesoro Irlandese post is my Carrie Bradshaw moment. Please, gentlepeople, take your seats. Today, I wish to out myself as not the table-flipping badass I thought I always would be in the face of a total and utter stronzo. I also want to explore some pensieri on social behaviour and the strange place those of us single in our twenties’ find ourselves.
In this Tesoro Irlandese post, I explore the topic of Love. Admittedly late to post due to the hectic nature of my own love life, I drop my favourite love lessons and spill some Hot T while I’m at it…
In this Tesoro Irlandese post, I discuss the fascinating period in Queer Roman History when a community of queer women artists lived on the Seven Hills. Dubbed the ‘white marmorean flock’ by Henry James, this post explores the successes and heartbreaks of Cushman, Hays, Hosmer and Stibbens.
In this Tesoro Irlandese post, I catch you up on the last few crazy weeks in Rome. All the sites, the nights, the drama and the notions. It’s fairly long so dip in and out as you please.
In this Tesoro Irlandese blogpost, I discuss the effects of the pandemic on friendship. I look at how social media has changed the ways we understand connection and the crossover issues that arise between the two.
In this Tesoro Irlandese blogpost, I own up to having kept much of my personal experiences here in Rome a secret. The results of my Instagram poll on audience interest was unanimous: spill the T. I vow to show you the true Rome, as I live it, as I see it. You can find this content on the Crybaby O’Clock section.