One person’s adorable quirk is the next person’s pet peeve.
All our relationships, not just partnerings
Slacker Mums: Lets come up with a scenario and then add bits to see where we end up.
Dealing with different levels of desire: women they’re looking at you. Only you.
This article in The Atlantic by Phoebe Maltz Bovy, “The ethical implications of parents writing about their children” is incredibly unforgiving of mother writers and bloggers. She sets the benchmark very low for the test of appropriateness with writing and… Read More ›
What is a reasonable expectation if you have invited someone over to watch a movie?
A few weeks ago a controversial tumblr was started which highlighted the OK Cupid dating profiles of certain men who claimed to be Nice/Decent Guys, but whose answers on optional stock questions set by OK Cupid revealed various degrees of Not-Nice/Not-Decent attitudes. Clementine lays out the back-story, analyses some of the criticisms, and comes to some conclusions.
Someone who describes a social interaction to me which made them sad or angry or bewildered and then asks me to explain why the other person did whatever it was that they did.
I wonder if either of these twerps found a pony after all that shoveling?