The other day I was in the bathroom at the grocery store, and it struck me that we don’t have any problem performing the basest of our bodily functions in the company of perfect strangers, but we have a problem looking another person in the eyes and saying hello.
Dear Michelle Duggar,
When the Fayetteville City Council was considering the anti-discrimination bill, you recorded a robo-call message that tried to scare people into thinking that transgender individuals were out to molest children.
If there’s one good thing that the death of Robin Williams has brought about, it’s that people are discussing suicide and depression.
Women’s rights, men’s rights, who’s right?
Lately, I’ve noticed a new line being drawn, and it’s the one between which parts of our bodies are socially acceptable to show in public and which ones aren’t.
Too many times, people try to hide who they are. Maybe I shouldn’t be surprised at that, but I still am.
People overshare on a daily basis, and it’s not always sharing bad things.
The devil may be in the detail, but the god is in eggplant.
Sometimes it’s hard to get away from your past.
You used to be able to even see a dancing park ranger, which I think would be pretty cool, but Melissa Parsons came in and sucked the fun out of that.