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The Morning After Show
TBW Founder, Julia Macmillan, is on the Morning After Show, talking about the furor between Caroline Flack and One Direction star, Harry Styles. The pair first sparked speculation of a romance back in October, when they shared a kiss and were caught on camera flirting during the reality series spin-off show broadcast on ITV2. Floppy-haired […]
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Radio 5 Live
Women who date and marry younger men is still a topic that gets people ringing and tweeting radio programmes in big numbers. I was on BBC 5 Live this morning at 7.40 talking about the fact that it is a growing trend and people should avoid stereotyping other people’s relationships. Apparently so many people had opinions about […]
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Advice for Your Business Our very own Julia Macmillan was interviewed by business community blogsite, Huddlebuy on what advice she’d give to people in business employing social media. Here is the article in full: Huddlebuy: Tell us who you are and what your business does. Julia Macmillan: Toyboywarehouse.com is an online dating community for women and younger men. […]
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Victoria Mosley
We’re always delighted to hear of the achievement of a Toyboy Warehouse member and these days getting published is a real achievement as the book publishing industry is in something of a crisis. Victoria Mosley (sirensong on TBW) has just had her book Moonfisher published, and so, as we know there are quite a few […]
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Julia Macmillan's feet
I’ve just returned from a weekend in Geneva. It’s a city I hadn’t visited before as I always thought there were more exciting places to go but as I have friends there I felt it was time for a visit. It isn’t a town that’s at the top of My most happening place list but […]
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I’ve always been a vodka aficionado, but this week, at London Cocktail Week I’ve come to understand the delights of that very English beverage – gin. I say very English but it was invented by the Dutch physician Franciscus Sylvius in the early 17th century. It was a neutral spirit distilled with juniper berries, sold […]
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