In honor of The Free Weekly’s annual Valentines Day/Smart Sex issue, I wanted to talk about the thing that made the sexual revolution possible, birth control.
When we think about making a difference, comprehensive sexuality education does not often cross our minds.
Last year around this time, I wrote about online dating and the challenges of making a long distance relationship work.
It’s usually the red fox (Vulpes vulpes) that gets all the fame in popular culture.
After a year of both sides campaigning across the country, dozens of candidates in a bunch of different televised debates, $300 million in spending and costs, and an insurmountable amount of attack ads, political think-pieces, and fear-mongering pundits, the 2016 Presidential Election has finally begun.
There has to be a room full of people in Hollywood that just don’t care, and follow the whims of random focus groups about what isn’t working.
Move over Lion King: Arkansas now has mountain lions. The controversy over whether mountain lions exist locally is over.
Keep America Beautiful’s 2009 report on Littering Behavior in America documented almost 10,000 randomly selected people at 350 locations across ten states in urban, rural and suburban settings.
There has been an ongoing discussion among pop culture about when it is or isn’t okay for rape to be used for the sake of a story. These discussions, however, are rife with odd double standards.
Bent trees have a strange way of attracting attention like bigfoot.