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by / on January 21, 2015 at 4:40 pm / in Culture, Entertainment, Miscellaneous, Old News, Society

Delta Flight 15… (true story)

Here is an amazing story from a flight attendant on Delta Flight 15, written following 9-11: On the morning of Tuesday, September 11, we were about 5 hours out of Frankfurt, flying over the North Atlantic .. All of a sudden the curtains parted and I was told to go to the cockpit, immediately, to see the captain. As soon […]

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by / on December 6, 2014 at 8:12 pm / in Art, Body, Celebrities, Culture, Current Events, Editorials, Entertainment, Gender, Prejudice, Psychology

White Supremacy, Reality TV, and The African-American Woman

The history of African-American women in America is one in which there has been much joy and a lot of pain. It is not easy being a woman in this society, particularly an African-American woman because they have three strikes against them. They are women, strike one. They belong to a class that is associated with poverty and welfare, strike two. […]

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by / on April 9, 2014 at 12:36 pm / in Art, Body, Editorials, Education, Entertainment, Miscellaneous, Sexuality

The Female Orgasm: From one Man’s Perspective

The clitoris is the only organ on the human body made with just one purpose: pleasure.

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by / on April 6, 2014 at 1:35 pm / in Education, Entertainment, Facebook Fan pages, Gender, Media, Sexuality

Lizzy the Lezzy

Originally created by Ruth Selwyn in 2006, Lizzy the Lezzy is an animated, stand-up comedian who entertains “muff munchers,” educates followers, and calls out homophobia from around the world. Utilizing humor to attract a majority of Lizzy’s audience, the creators have put together an entire archive of videos, each one with a different theme, for followers and fans to watch […]

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by / on March 23, 2014 at 8:28 pm / in Art, Book reviews, Culture, Entertainment, Facebook Fan pages, Society, The Pen Prostitute, Uncategorized

Menthol Slim One-Twenty Blues: A Poetry Review on Walter Beck

Walter Beck’s poetry is not for the weak spined, new age generation who look for light at the end of every dark tunnel and believes that fairness can be doled out through the power of positive thinking. But they should read it, even if it’s force fed down their throats between their helpings of Wiccan poetry and spiritual healing books, […]

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by / on August 31, 2013 at 10:38 pm / in Entertainment, Fiction

First Date

via C.C. She was taking her time getting dressed.  She wanted to look perfect for him. This was their first real date, one they both anticipated for awhile. The black dress she chose conveyed the message she wanted…sexy and daring, yet still sophisticated, one that let her be naughty…just for him.    The clingy material skimmed over her body, accentuating her curves.  […]

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by / on March 16, 2013 at 2:24 pm / in Art, Country, Culture, Current Events, Dysfunctional family dynamics, Education, Entertainment, Facebook Fan pages, Gender, Prejudice, Religion, Sexuality, The Pen Prostitute, Uncategorized

Q&A With Poet James Schwartz On Being Q&A

James Schwartz is the author of The Literary Party: Growing up Gay and Amish In America, a work of poems and short stories.   His poetry can also be found in Among the Leaves: Queer Male Poets On the Mid-Western Experience, Milk and Honey Siren: A Nostrovia! Poetry Anthology and All Poetry is Prayer: A Fire Anthology.  He is currently at […]

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by / on January 12, 2013 at 12:24 pm / in Entertainment, Fiction, Media

Who Needs Vampires If You Can Have “Lost Girl” Bo Instead?

A Primer On Your New Favorite Show On TV Follow more from Faith McLay –> here. I am talking, of course, about the international hit show from Canada. Lost Girl is a Showcase original fantasy drama set in the world of the Fae, a supernatural species living among humans. It’s unique and entertaining, with lots of action, plenty of humor, a great wardrobe […]

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by / on November 20, 2012 at 6:38 pm / in Body, Culture, Entertainment, Gender, Media, Psychology, Sexuality, Society

Imposter Boy

I don’t know about you but I am sick and tired of our culture’s definition of ‘Man’. Look around at all the men on posters and billboards, in music videos and movies, in books and magazines, and what do you see? One of two portrayals: either the men are rippling Supermen with the body of a Greek sculpture, their every […]

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by / on November 1, 2012 at 10:00 am / in Art, Book reviews, Dysfunctional family dynamics, Entertainment, Relationships, The Pen Prostitute, Uncategorized

The Bookie’s Daughter Free Kindle Ebook Downloads for 48 hours only

The child of two incredibly miss matched parents, Heather’s father was known as ‘Big Al’ – a towering force and mathematical genius who would become Jeannette’s local bookie and notorious for making a deal with the Federal Government.

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