Why women need to own up to their part in “male bad behavior.”
There isn’t only “one right way.”
So many differences… So much to learn…
The pleasures and practicality of a “visual” map and related systems.
Conflict over differences. Now what?
Much was made about President Obama’s shedding of a tear or two last week – first, during a speech on Monday, and a second time the night of the election, when thanking his campaign staff and supporters. It’s rare to see our leaders display the complex emotions that generally generate tears, but not unprecedented. In […]
A list intriguing for either sex?
You’re dating a nice man and he whispers “I care for you.” Now you’re convinced that it’s love. But he hasn’t said love. It’s early in the relationship and you’re about to tumble into bed. He says “You’re special, you’re sexy, you may be the one,” and you’re certain monogamy is part of the package. […]
Yes, I’m old enough to recall watching the televised match between Billie Jean King and Bobby Riggs, back in 1973. Touted as “The Battle of the Sexes” and seemingly a symbol of Woman-Beating-Back-Male-Braggadocio, Billie Jean, then 29, crushed Bobby in three straight sets. He was 55. Looking back, the theatrical aspects and the terminology tossed […]
He’s grunting in response to my questions, and staring straight ahead. Here we are again, I tell myself. Me, at the wheel. Him, in the passenger seat. Adult annoyance meets adolescent angst, yields one part migraine, two parts morning misery. And where is my kid? The one I raised? I shouldn’t complain. Really. Relatively speaking, […]