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Imperfect Victims

I’m feeling much better this week. Almost human. Hopefully, that means I’ll get back into the flow of blogging. Hopefully. I’ve been thinking, for the past few days, about the whole DSK mess. And about this post I read in GOOD about the case and the Myth of the Perfect Victim. There are lots of […]

One Person’s Issues…

I wasn’t going to post today. Honestly, my brain isn’t working. I’m working on it. Me, my doctor and my pharmacist. But I had a quick thought. A colleague called this morning with a work thing. I’m still working. That’s the thing about being a freelancer. No paid sick days. So I work around the […]

Stand by Your Sociopath

So it’s been a while. This is the longest I’ve gone without posting in… I don’t know. Maybe since I started the blog. I don’t want to get into it. I’m here now and I’ll do the best I can to be coherent. No promises. Last week there was a post in DoubleX called, Sociopaths […]

I wouldn’t have to work at all, I’d fool around and have a ball…

Sorry, I couldn’t resist. And who doesn’t love Abba? So, yesterday there was this new post/study from YourTango blowing up twitter. It seems that 75% of Women Would Not Marry Someone Who Was Unemployed. Shocking! So not shocking. Also revealed was that 65% of those same women wouldn’t get married if they, themselves, were unemployed. […]

The Ick Factor in Dating

First things first – I’m using the phrase ick factor because that’s the phrase that came to mind when I sat down to write. I’m not subtly referencing a SATC episode or a dumbass political comment. Those things just happen to come up with you google ick factor. So… the other day I got a text […]