Diane Kelly
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12/1/15
9:03 AM
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Reading Throb has been a weird, informative and strangely joyful journey. I hope you keep writing somewhere for the non-academic crowd: you’re good at it. Read more

11/24/15
1:43 PM
4

a little foreplay can replace AND out-do these contraptions.

11/24/15
1:36 PM
12

The “language of flowers” is an awesome thing. My favourite bouquet is currently orange lilies and monkshood, which approximately translates to “I hate you and I’m coming to get you.” You really can say it with flowers!

11/24/15
12:01 PM
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I’d recommend a copy of She Comes First, so that it can be read, digested and incorporated by February 14.

11/20/15
7:47 PM
1

It was always fun to read your work. I’m a bit blown away that they yanked it so soon. Hopefully this just leads to better things for you. They don’t recognize the talent you have.

11/20/15
7:40 PM
1

dammit, all the quirky interesting stuff on the gawker sites is going away.

11/20/15
7:37 PM
1

Sorry that this is over. It was great reading a blog by a biologist.

11/20/15
6:28 PM
1

...and The Great Gawker Mass Extinction of 2015 rolls on. Diane, this site has been great formative, well-written, and tackling things others would rather not explore. So long and see you somewhere.

11/20/15
5:56 PM
1

:c almost all of the really interesting and positive blogs are going away, I will really miss yours. Thanks for sharing your twitter, I will begin to follow now. Read more

11/20/15
5:48 PM
1

Thank you Diane Kelly...for well, you know. And thank you for this thoughtful message...it “spanks” of your kindness. Best of luck always.

11/20/15
5:07 PM
1

I’ve enjoyed your articles and will miss them. Best of luck, and hope to see your articles elsewhere on the Internet!

11/18/15
1:19 PM
4

They end up with control because rational, non-religious people in this country don’t give a shit about things like school boards or local elections, especially if they don’t have school-age kids of their own, and don’t bother to attend meetings or participate in elections. On the other hand, the religious nuts see it Read more