What? It’s almost as if you don’t realize an erection is the ultimate magic scepter of approval. It’s like a barometer for female worth, but with veins and sometimes a faint hint of camembert. I mean, obviously.
This is why I can’t get on board with any organization that requires me to leave my free will and ability for critical thought at the door, and let some hierarchical power structure do all my think-work for me.
Whatever, there was no marriage until the Christian God (THE ONLY GOD) was like, "Let there be light and also marriage. But not for the gays because that's icky." Also that happened 6000 years ago and paleontologists are just a bunch of dirty liars. Fact.
Drawing the liner on way outside her real lip line doesn't account for the shadows cast by the light source and the three-dimensionality of her new lips. And if it was just lip liner, the space between the top of her upper lip and the bottom of her nose would appear smaller than it used to, because her lip liner would… Read more
I also have a chronic illness, and this article enraged me. No, I would not be cool with a partner deciding to cheat on me months after I got ill, me finding out, then me being given an ultimatum that either I go along with the cheating or get dumped. This is just such a sucky corner this woman has backed her husband… Read more
Academic vocabulary please! In Science we speak Science!
So... we shouldn't teach history, just nationalist propaganda. We shouldn't teach literature, except maybe some Ayn Rand. We shouldn't teach science unless we act like theology counts as science. And we definitely shouldn't be teaching critical thinking skills. But we must teach our kids math so we can outshine those… Read more
True. It's also amusing because this fundamental reliance on teaching the modern corruption of American exceptionalism at all costs belies this underlying shame about our country's often checkered past. The only real reason you wouldn't want to teach our real history is if you were ashamed of it. Because, really, it's… Read more