- Nice guys.
- If sex is outlawed, only outlaws will have sex.
- Why were the early 90s so terrible?
- Men and boys.
- Masturbation and teenage sex.
- Men can't "opt out."
- A double standard.
- Is the concept of the "rape continuum" useful?
- The darker side of sexual entitlement.
- Owing someone the possibility of sex.
Author Archives: Miguel Canabosis
It Was Like This: You Were Happy by Jane Hirshfield It was like this: you were happy, then you were sad, then happy again, then not. It went on. You were innocent or you were guilty. Actions were taken, or … Continue reading
It’s an unfortunate fact that arguing with an idiot, or with someone who’s disingenuous, is substantially more difficult than arguing with an intelligent person. David Roberts alludes to this at the beginning of his disturbing presentation about climate change, (which, … Continue reading
There’s a story my mother used to tell. When she was s child, she went swimming in a lake one afternoon and the current began to carry her further and further from the shore. She didn’t feel strong enough to … Continue reading
For the record, the title of this post is ironic in tone. So to my chronically depressed readers, no animadversions intended. You do indeed have a character flaw if you’re depressed, but character flaws are pretty common so I wouldn’t … Continue reading
I was thinking some more about Jill Filipovic’s post about Feminism + Housewifery. It was a thoughtful post in which she discussed, among other things, the way in which personal choices have societal consequences: [M]any feminists, unfortunately, are complicit in … Continue reading
Clarisse Thorne wrote something once that stuck with me. She said that “kink sex could be love sex as well”. I had a pretty nice experience a while back. A woman came over to my place, we smoked a little … Continue reading
Last fall there was a post in Glamour by Mindy Kaling on Why You Need a Man, Not a Boy. It was the sort of tripe you often find in popular magazines, and typically I couldn’t care less. But this … Continue reading
You may have heard that the situation for law school graduates is not so great. I haven’t blogged about it, since the subject probably isn’t that interesting to those who haven’t gone to law school. And in any event there … Continue reading
“I don’t agree with everything that comes out of my mouth.” - Dan Savage, interview with the Daily Pennsylvanian, October 10th, 2006 I don’t like everything I’ve written. Some of it’s fine, but not all of it. Some of it’s … Continue reading