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TICKLED follows journalist David Farrier as he stumbles upon a mysterious tickling competition online. As he delves deeper he comes up against fierce resistance, but that doesn’t stop him getting to the bottom of a story stranger than fiction.Director: David Farrier, Dylan Reeve
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Slate interviews director David Farrier.
Read the interview here.
“So, what did he do? Did he remain cordial and respectful as a way to counter the image of him presented in Tickled? Ha, nope (…) ”
Continue reading here.
The various paraphilic disorders affect a wide variety of people. This site offers som insight into different treatment and management methods.
“No nudity would be required of me, and I’d be in and out within the span of an hour! Worrying you’d be murdered by people off the internet was so 2000. How could I pass up an opportunity like this?”
Read the full article on VICE.
Hannah Smith, Izzy Dix, Rehtaeh Parsons—just a snippet of the tragic roll call of children who have committed suicide in the last year, with cyberbullying cited as a factor in their deaths. The problem seems to be getting worse—according to the charity NSPCC, one in five children is now bullied online.
Continue reading on BBC News .
“You might think that fantasizing about being swallowed by a large animal sounds weird. But a new study in the Journal of Sex Research finds that paraphilia—unusual sexual interests—are actually common: One in three people have experimented with one at some point in their lives.”
Find out more on Womens Health.
"Undeniably compelling. A harrowing tale of alleged identity theft, online intimidation and American privilege gone dangerously awry"
Los Angeles Times
"Miss this at your own peril. Prepare to have your mind blown by this utterly fascinating and ultimately scary documentary"
"A terrifically entertaining documentary about a strange, murky corner of the adult tickling world."
New York Times