Monthly Archives: April 2011

I would just like to say that it is my conviction

The other day I noticed a bargain bin at the bookstore and picked up the soundtrack to HAIR. The last time I had this album it was on a cassette tape, which I wore out listening to in the 1979 … Continue reading

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We need new words, but we might need new brains to think of them

I’ve been thinking a lot the last few days about topography — the lay of gender land, so to speak. There seems to be a cycle of news and blog posts appearing and then being discussed in ways that never … Continue reading

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J. Crew Ad Says Boys Look Good in Pink . . . and in Our Clothes!

Goodness, the gender-related news is flying so fast I can’t keep up! I haven’t finished my post about the “gay caveman,” and already a new item is on Fox News. The clothing company J. Crew has a feature on its … Continue reading

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Girly men live longer, according to NPR piece

A few days ago I was in my car just long enough to hear a bit of an NPR Talk of the Nation feature about a new book called The Longevity Project, based on 8 decades of research following 1500 … Continue reading

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