I’ve reached the age where when asked if I have children and I say “no,” no one says anything as I’ve obviously “missed the boat.” But man it is just such a conversation stopper. What I’d like an answer to is, what do you say after that? The other person is clearly assuming you were going to say yes, and anticipating… Read more
I am definitely of the camp that this progression started the minute they made Harry march through London behind his mother’s casket. The palace can reap what they sowed. Harry was out no matter what, and they are extra spectacularly mad that the person that pushed it over the edge is an American woman with a mixed… Read more
Talk about a tempest in a teapot. When the dust settles its going to land on the palace. I don’t think it will damage the reputations of Mr. and Mrs. Sussex and really just underlines that there was a need for them to get the hell of that dreamed up cage fight which was built by the press, and curiously, egged on by… Read more
And I’m so here for it.
I’m 30, and my partner and I are pretty sure kids aren’t in the cards for us. We just have too much debt and make too little money and I am immensely not ok with the total lack of social safety net for families that’s become extremely obvious during the pandemic. I’ve felt like during the pandemic, we faired kinda ok?… Read more
We wanted children, but were never successful. Over the years when people asked if we have children and I said “no”, it was so often followed by how children are one of life’s greatest joys, or “you should do it”. Now that I’m turning 40, I’m coming to the sobering realization that some people still don’t just stop at … Read more
Oh, the Soylent Green future is looking more plausible by the day.
I live a red state. We have manymanymany issues. But we are also more culturally and racially diverse than a lot of liberal areas of the country. It’s tiresome being the butt of jokes by Hollywood/Blue States/Hipsters when the country as a whole is racist, sexist and xenophobic. The generalizations that we’re all… Read more