A while ago, I shared my thoughts about the cultural acceptance of fathers controlling their daughters, but really, controlling their vaginas. As offensive as that paternalistic behavior is, it appears that in some families, the sexist clamp around a girl’s sexuality is controlled by an older brother or two. Take for example this description I […]
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When I travel to see my sister on the other side of the country, I always get an aisle seat. The fear of blood clots killing me–were I to not get up every hour or so–make an aisle seat both necessary and thoughtful of my row mates. On my last trip, I met a woman–trapped […]
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Recently, I had a late-night conversation with my spouse about the “psychology” behind consumerism and learned that when there is glut of any one item available for purchase that the average consumer will by more then what the grocery list calls for. Rob illustrated the theory by using avocados. In essence, he asserted that if […]
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