Monthly Archives: January 2011

Note to the Catholic League: Next time, hire a college intern

The Catholic League, run by long-time misogynist blow-hard Bill Donahue, appears to have hired the most talented boy in the local middle school’s 7th grade English class to write their press releases. I’m sure it’s a good money-saver in these … Continue reading

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Are feminist marriages more satisfying?

This article in the Times suggests that the answer is yes. A lasting marriage does not always signal a happy marriage. Plenty of miserable couples have stayed together for children, religion or other practical reasons. But for many couples, it’s … Continue reading

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Ross Douthat, mad again that women don’t want to be walking wombs

Ross Douthat apparently finds it paradoxical that some women want to have children but can’t, and some can have children but don’t want to, and the ones that don’t want to aren’t giving birth for the ones who can’t. Which … Continue reading

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Shameless Self-Promotion Sunday

It’s that time of the week again, readers. Post a link and a short description of something you’ve written. Not quite sure how to work the HTML? Just use this as an example: <a href=””>BlogPostTitle</a>

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Happy New Year!

It’s the start of the Gregorian year today. I hope you had an excellent 2010, readers, and will have a better 2011 still. If you celebrated, what did you get up to? And what are your hopes for this coming … Continue reading

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