Lee Suckling is a Lifestyle columnist for the NZ Herald.
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We can learn a thing or two about resilience from our pets, writes Lee Suckling.
Lee Suckling explains why he is voting yes in the upcoming referendum.
Comment: 'Straight people are welcome in gay bars, but they have to behave.'
"The use of woke as a derogatory judgement shall not be commandeered," writes Suckling.
Lee Suckling: Why have Asian Kiwis been left out of the race conversation?
New Zealand is looking back rather than moving forward, writes Lee Suckling.
Suckling explains why telling your private thoughts to a laptop is a 'curious experience'.
Influencers who have tried to keep up their status look 'tone deaf', writes Lee Suckling.
I genuinely never thought I'd be on any kind of welfare, writes Lee Suckling.
"This is me showing up; this is my protest," writes Lee Suckling.
"Millennials know no other way than economic and financial insecurity," writes Suckling.
COMMENT: I worry the world is changing for the worse, in ways we will never see reversed.
Lee Suckling on a positive change in society sparked by coronavirus pandemic.
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Remember when you could get on an app and find someone to have sex with?
OPINION: Lee Suckling explains why he thinks Mother Nature is breathing a sigh of relief.
Lee Suckling on what to do instead.
Menopause doesn't mean the death of your libido but here's what to expect.
Lee Suckling tries to figure out where on earth all the top knot hatred is coming from.
Finally, after 34 years, this Kiwi understands what tūrangawaewae really means to him.
The trend of living apart together, or LAT, is increasing in prevalence across the world.
Lee Suckling: Do we really understand sexual harassment in all its forms?
Warning: The new Roaring 20s will see all those tacky early-noughties looks reincarnated.
Eschewing the cash he could have made, Lee Suckling put his car in a crusher.
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It may seem like an appealing thing to do this summer, but be warned.
Jealousy, in small doses, reminds our lover that we want them, writes Lee Suckling.
Not an attractive attribute, in small doses, this could be good for your relationship.
Lee Suckling outlines how to spot a modern-day moneyed New Zealander.
According to a survey, loud sex is considered even worse in flats than late rent payments.
We need to stop blaming modern technology for NZ's mental health problem, says Suckling.
Being gay isn't a sticker you wear on your forehead so everybody knows.
I lost 3kg in nine days, but it might be due to a few vital organs falling out.
Lee Suckling seeks out cartoon porn to see what all the fuss is about.
I'm as surprised as you are that this is happening in New Zealand, writes Lee Suckling.
The Sex Files: Lee Suckling explores how what you eat impacts your libido.
Lee Suckling explains an important consideration often overlooked, especially by men.