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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 January 30, 2014 at 7:52 pm / in Philosophy, Relationships

Date a Boy Who Travels

via Ramon Stoppelenburg @ Date a boy who treasures experience over toys, a hand-woven bracelet over a Rolex. Date the boy who scoffs when he hears the words, “vacation”, “all-inclusive”, or “resort”. Date a boy who travels because he’s not blinded by a single goal but enlivened by many. You might find him in an airport or at a […]

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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 September 4, 2012 at 8:37 am / in Editorials, Gender, Prejudice, Relationships, Sexuality

The Gay Marriage Issue

Marriage is more than a piece of paper. It confers numerous benefits, such as health, disability and life insurance, pension funds and tax refunds for spouses. Many gay couples desire to marry and partake in these benefits but have been denied this right because of their sexuality and that is not fair. According to some individuals, America is the greatest […]

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by / on June 30, 2012 at 7:29 am / in Culture, Religion, Society, Spirituality

Finding My Religion

Thirty years has passed since I read “Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret” by Judy Blume and I am still enthralled by Margaret’s dilemma because I have the same problem. The book is about a girl in sixth grade that grew up without a religious affiliation. Her mother is Christian and her father is Jewish, and the novel explores […]

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by / on May 8, 2012 at 9:15 am / in Country, Culture, Current Events, Editorials, Society

Critical Thinking for the Common Good

I learned that although the history of African-Americans is one filled with pain, we are survivors and have much to be proud of. In our veins, flow the blood of kings and queens who fought and died for their beliefs and who would be saddened by the state of their descendants who have forgotten where they come from.

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by / on February 22, 2012 at 10:46 am / in Editorials, Education, Entertainment, John Shore - Articles, Miscellaneous, Relationships, Religion, Society

Five Things That Women Don’t Know About Men

By John Shore One of the things in life of which men are most acutely aware is that there are women everywhere. Today, for instance, I’ve already seen five or six different women. And that was just looking out my living room window. And no, I don’t stand in my living room, blatantly ogling people as they walk by. That’s […]

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by / on January 29, 2012 at 8:37 pm / in Culture, Editorials, Gender, Miscellaneous, Philosophy, Society


By: Daniel Finnester – Hirsutism: The study of hair and its cultural implications. (see disclaimer below) For the purpose of this article hirsutism is the sociological study of men’s facial hair. So, what does hair mean on a guy’s face? It says a lot more about the individual than many like to admit. Culturally, men’s facial hair often denotes wisdom, […]

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by / on December 30, 2011 at 4:59 pm / in Celebrities, Culture, Education, Gender, Parenting, Philosophy, Psychology, Relationships, Sexuality

A Philosophy Of Patriarchy: ‘The Male Disease’ by George Carlin

By Randall Stephens Thankfully, times are progressing but we’ve still got a long way to go. Many of the suppressed can be grateful to liberals for this as they’ve been uniquely instrumental in going to bat for equal rights. If it were up to most traditional conservatives we’d still be living back in 1950’s when men dominated in nearly every […]

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by / on October 18, 2011 at 11:23 am / in Editorials, Education, Relationships, Society

Whether or How to Disclose an STI when Dating Online

Shared by: Interracial Dating Facebook Fanpage … check ’em out! Even at the best of times, dating can be pretty complicated. Now, imagine what it can be like when you have an incurable sexually transmitted infection (STI). Facing the humiliation, people’s ignorance and rejection can be quite oppressing for sufferers trying to penetrate the dating arena, no matter how positively […]

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