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It is in the early 1970s, and I am sitting in Le Bistro on de la Montagne, Montreal’s first “authentic” French cafe. Just as in Paris, the waiters are snotty, [read on]
What a drag it is getting old?
Plenty of holidays that are far more offensive than X-mas.
Get out of the echo chamber and listen to the world.
Looking for great reading — pick up Keith Henderson’s The Pagan Nuptials of Julia.
Why you should never settle for anything less than gourmet love.
Review of Kenneth Radu’s book of short stories about imbalance between human and monetary values.
Poetry, desire, sex, and gender.
Be wary of all conferences involving English grad students.
A narcissist asks about forgiving oneself.
Zsolt stands as a rebel against gender rebellion and all other forms of conformity.
Cucumbers and vampires — perfect for Halloween.
Is the YMCA locker room the place to meet men at their most alpha?
Put down that baseball bat and read this article instead.
Get ready to light up, Canada, and become the coolest country in North America.
Are there reasons to retire from a life of teaching?
The testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford before some rather toxic men of power prompts this bonus reflection by Zsolt.
Seduction is all in the head and the book.
When you’re posting on social media, get ready for the trolls. Here’s how to deal.