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For Daisy Deadhead, who said…

…“Bad boys” DOES NOT equal “socially dominant” and this is the major mistake in your post that turns it into ideological mush, no offense. You constantly conflate “bad boys” and “dominant men” in your post… which is bloody maddening. You … Continue reading

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Why were the early 90s so terrible?

The early 1990s were a low point in the sexual zeitgeist.  A few years back Judith Warner wrote about Thelma and Louise and how things have changed since then. I’ve sometimes wondered why the early 90s were so awful, sexually … Continue reading

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The obligatory homosexual.

In 1967, Mike Wallace narrated a CBS special report on homosexuality that makes for fascinating viewing today: (But it doesn’t want to embed into my post, so you can view the full 43 minute report here or here.) The report … Continue reading

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Feeling pressured to get laid and be straight.

It seems to be a commonly held belief that straight men are under tremendous pressure to “score” and have sex all the time.  In fact, when people talk about the difficulties that men face, being pressured to get laid is … Continue reading

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Smoking pot with a homophobe.

Several years ago, I received a call from a friend of mine, “Karl.” “Oh man,” he said, “So I smoked some pot with this guy.  And he totally started flipping out.” “Really?  I thought pot was supposed to mellow you … Continue reading

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