I lost track of who orig­i­nal­ly linked to what, so I can’t cred­it them prop­er­ly. But thank you to who­ev­er they all were, any­way! Filed under “anoth­er rea­son I’m proud to be a home­school­er”: Cal­i­for­nia court rules that pri­vate school can oust les­bian stu­dents. I do under­stand that it’s a pri­vate reli­gious school and that […]

What Can All Couples Learn From Same-Sex Marriages?

From Gay Unions Shed Light on Gen­der in Mar­riage A grow­ing body of evi­dence shows that same-sex cou­ples have a great deal to teach every­one else about mar­riage and rela­tion­ships. Most stud­ies show sur­pris­ing­ly few dif­fer­ences between com­mit­ted gay cou­ples and com­mit­ted straight cou­ples, but the dif­fer­ences that do emerge have shed light on the […]

What I Learned from My Past Relationships

So I actu­al­ly heard from some­one via Orkut. I can’t remem­ber if that’s ever hap­pened to me before or not. Any­way, I went to check out this per­son­’s pro­file and real­ized mine was way out of date. Some­day, I swear, I’m going to repro­duce all the ques­tions all those dif­fer­ent places ask right here on my […]

So That’s What You Call It

I just called it giv­ing some­one “the ben­e­fit of the doubt.” As in, if you don’t KNOW that they meant to be late, assume it was acci­den­tal, unless they are late so fre­quent­ly that it’s a well-estab­lished pat­tern. In any case, Mix­ing Mem­o­ry calls it “moti­vat­ed cog­ni­tion” in this fine post: Mix­ing Mem­o­ry: Moti­vat­ed Cog­ni­tion in […]

Silence and Sexual Violence

This began as a com­ment in misia’s jour­nal. I do believe that sex­u­al vio­lence is under­re­port­ed, espe­cial­ly in men. I don’t believe that 100% of the female pop­u­la­tion has expe­ri­enced sex­u­al vio­lence. I do think the “1 in 4 women” sta­tis­tic is prob­a­bly on the low side. I don’t know any female who has reached adulthood […]

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