Category Archives: Sex

Is Pope Francis a heretic in disguise?

A pope who Opposes the corrupt life style of the College of Cardinals. Questions their hypocritical defense of celibacy. Reminds his esteemed colleagues that they’ve replaced the New Testament with the Wall Street Journal, especially at the Vatican Bank. Believes in his heart that Christ and the Buddha are one in the same. You don’t […]

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Hannah Horvath and The Field Guide for the Urban Male

  In one of the best episodes of GIRL’S Season 3, Hannah Horvath lands a job as an advertorial writer at G.Q. Hannah knows the difference between real staff writers and advertorial writers, not as blatant as that between staff writers and fact checkers at The New Yorker, but clear enough. Yet she lets herself […]

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Brene Brown on the Difference between Empathy and Sympathy

Here is a lovely 3 minute YouTube video by Brene Brown on The Difference between Empathy and Sympathy. There are four qualities of empathy: You’re able to take the other person’s perspective. You stay out of judgment (not easy when you enjoy judging as much as most of us do). You connect with something in […]

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Ten Types of Hookups

Elite Daily recently provided a breakdown of 10 types of hookups.  Which one best describes your way of engaging in a new relationship? 1. The One-Night Stand Hit or miss, sex first, friends second, if at all. Can easily get to be a habit, like masturbation.  2. A Second Glance Drank too much the first […]

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Romeo and Juliet as another new millennial couple: If he’d loved her, they would have got away.

If ever there were two lovers whose chances for happiness were destroyed by the long simmering hatred of their families of origin, they must surely be Romeo and Juliet. Here’s how their conflicts might be played out in a modern, satirical exchange between the two lovers in bawdy Shakespearean rhyme, an exchange that starts off […]

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