For that beautiful youth Health in your hands… Thanksgiving! For me let there be An intercession! Another deep night Called to Continue reading
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Polyamorous people still face plenty of stigmas, but some studies suggest they handle certain relationship challenges better than monogamous people do.
Wisconsin Senator Robert La Follette and his supporters pioneered long-shot primary challenges, strong ideology, and populist rhetoric a century ago.
New allegations of sexual harassment and inequality could help change a culture that routinely alienates female fans and cartoonists.
The stereotype that only men want to read superhero stories is wrong—but just how wrong?
Japanese duo Megumi Kajiwara and Tathuhiko Nijima created an interactive children’s book, Motion Silhouette, that tells its story using shadows and light. You can use your own flashlight to manipulate the imagery. The results are quite stunning. Here are more information and pictures of the book.
Here’s a tiny confession. I’m bored.
Yes; I know.
“To be bored isn’t to be indifferent. It is to be fatigued. Because one is exhausted.”
A huge expanse of water trapped in a layer of the Earth’s mantle could help explain the origin of our oceans