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Apr 16 2015
52

I'm an introvert and loved living alone. People generally seem to think this is weird and I know I'll probably catch a lot of flak for it in the comments, but the constant need to have people around that other people seem to feel is completely opposite to me — I find people exhausting and need a lot of alone time and Read more

Apr 16 2015
18

I've been living alone in a one-bedroom for about eight months since my divorce, and it has been magnificent. I agree with all of the above points - I went kind of nuts on eBay, purchasing things like vintage travel posters and vintage sports pennants and the like, as I was concerned that it would be depressing being Read more

Apr 16 2015
35

I started living alone in 2008 after a terrible craigslist roommate experience (all summer, she sat in her underwear on our living room couch (my couch), including when I had guests, such as my boyfriend at the time, over to hang out). It is the best thing that has probably ever happened to me. Living alone has Read more

Apr 16 2015
22

How to read an advice column without convincing yourself that the author thinks you're an idiot

Apr 13 2015
211

That (reaction) was ... uncomfortable. I think some people would be freaking out about this clip if their gender roles were reversed.

Apr 10 2015
110

That’s the thing that kills me. “I think women are bad and dirty, therefore society owes it to me that my comfort level is respected at all times at the expense of women, who don’t really count as human anyway.” It’s incredibly telling that it’s always the woman who has to move.

Apr 10 2015
39

The thing that gets me here is that if you don’t want to sit next to a woman, then you’re going to have to give up your desirable seat for a middle seat between two dudes. Don’t expect me to give up my coveted window seat if it means I’m sitting in the window or aisle.

Apr 10 2015
76

If it were any other passenger that refused to be seated, they would be removed. Just because they claim it violates their religious beliefs, it shouldn't preclude their removal. Obviously, there's a 50-50 chance they'll be seated next to a woman. Perhaps they should have thought of that beforehand. I'm with you. Read more