Trapped: Fast Love and Good Intentions


It was real love,true love, you didn’t know each other long, but it made sense to move in together. After a few weeks, some realities being to settle in. Undiscussed realities begin to surface. Your love spent their very last dime to be with you. While you’ve talked of colors, dreams and positions. No oneContinue reading “Trapped: Fast Love and Good Intentions”

Adventures in Online Dating 2019A “I wont show anyone”


Dating has always been challenging with one exception, Adam and Eve.    Adam spotted Eve in the Malt shop, she was easy to find. Eve looked at Adam, the first or only boy she has ever seen and said Hi, the rest was biblical. For the rest of us , its what do I do?Continue reading “Adventures in Online Dating 2019A “I wont show anyone””

India: Future of romance in #MeToo era


  Man-woman interactions have never been easy. But now every exchange seems officiated. Words are closely evaluated, by both men (before) and women (after). By Hemant Morparia\Mumbi Mirror  I have to start with a disclaimer here: the concept of romantic love is alien to me. The title of this piece presupposes that romance had a past. A casualContinue reading “India: Future of romance in #MeToo era”

#metoo Consider the man?


Believe the woman! I am a supporter of the #meetoo movement.  For hundreds of years men, have abused women, at home, school and in the work place simply because they could.   I was one of those men who remained silent because speaking up could damage my upward mobility.   Many women suffered in silence for thoseContinue reading “#metoo Consider the man?”

When she falls for her


Don’t gossip. Don’t share. Talk. By: Corinna Amendola\ The American In Italia Coming up with clear answers when people ask questions about heterosexual breakups is hard enough. Add gender issues and it just gets a lot harder. Intimate relationships and they way they play out remains the most irrational aspect of a person’s life —Continue reading “When she falls for her”

Acceptance: the apology


Apology  (Merriam-Webster)  An admission of error or discourtesy accompanied by an expression of regret (a public apology) something that is said or written to defend something that other people criticize : defense   The book is an apology for capitalism informal : a poor substitute or example : makeshift He’s a poor apology for a father.   Why do people apologize? (What are the benefits?) Continue reading “Acceptance: the apology”

How white women use strategic tears to silence women of color


 ‘Often, when I have attempted to speak to or confront a white woman about something she has said or done that has impacted me adversely, I am met with tearful denials and indignant accusations that I am hurting her’ Photograph: Caro/Alamy The legitimate grievances of brown and black women are no match for the accusationsContinue reading “How white women use strategic tears to silence women of color”

Daddy left Mommy for Tommy, or what to do when a parent comes out as gay


   Coming out to the kids in the midst of a divorce can make a fraught process even more difficult SUDI “RICK” KARATAs Excerpted from “Rainbow Relatives: Real-World Stories and Advice on How to Talk to Kids about LGBTQ+ Families and Friends” by Sudi (“Rick”) Karatas. Copyright 2018 by Skyhorse Publishing, Inc. Just in timeContinue reading “Daddy left Mommy for Tommy, or what to do when a parent comes out as gay”

These Worst First Date Stories Are So Damn Awkward


By: Korin Miller/Mens Health Uh, can we not talk about your ex the whole time? “I can’t wait to go on another first date!” said pretty much no one, ever. While first dates give you a great chance to get to know someone new, trying to cram the basics of your life into a fewContinue reading “These Worst First Date Stories Are So Damn Awkward”

White women like me, we need to talk (about not calling the police)


(CNN)   Did you hear about the white woman who called police in Memphis earlier this month because a black man who wanted to buy a house was trying to take a look at it first? What about the white people who called the police on black people simply for sleeping in their own dorm lounge at Yale, barbecuingContinue reading “White women like me, we need to talk (about not calling the police)”