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Dr. Laura's reaction? "If you're going to marry out of your race, people are going to say, 'OK, what do blacks think?'" In other words -- although Dr. Laura alerts her bodyguard and "dear friend" is a black man -- she is seemingly of the mind that other white people don't have social circles as diverse as hers. Thus, if a white man marries a black woman, his white buddies will leap on the golden opportunity to ask a real, live black person what they and others like them think about various social issues. The black wife's response? She should laugh it off. If she doesn't, she's hypersensitive, lacks a sense of humor and doesn't fully appreciate the joys of racism.
This link recently saved by viviane on July 16, 2010
In other words, it is not enough that playfulness be taken up in the service of seriousness; the seriousness must always be present alongside the playfulness, bound up with it in a constant synthesis. This means that the lover will have to show his hand every once in a while, even if he is quick to hide it again. And this also means that love will always bring with it some portion of terror. Because his heart is at stake, the lover will feel the terror of losing the beloved, even in the moment she gives herself to him. This is the terror the seducer believes he has bypassed. Maybe he has—but in doing so the chance for love has slipped through his fingers. Because he does not sow, he cannot reap. There is no way around this.
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Today I'd like to show why the practice of paying for dates on sites like Match.com and eHarmony is fundamentally broken, and broken in ways that most people don't realize.
This link recently saved by viviane on March 24, 2010
But the minute you mention that sex is part of your profession guys only see one thing and presume things about you. I am a sex blogger; I review porn, sex toys and male porn stars. I also used to work in a sex store, I have done nude modeling and now do marketing for The Stockroom.com, which is one of the biggest online sex stores. Yes, I am constantly consumed with and thinking about sex, which was hard for men to see past. They never saw me as the girl to have a relationship with; I was just the hook up. Or if I did start dating someone, they couldn’t deal with my job and would freak out. You have to put on a certain persona and guys couldn’t separate that from the real me. It makes complete sense that I end up in this type of relationship because not only do I understand him but he gets me.
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When you approach me in public, you are Schrödinger’s Rapist. You may or may not be a man who would commit rape. I won’t know for sure unless you start sexually assaulting me. I can’t see inside your head, and I don’t know your intentions. If you expect me to trust you—to accept you at face value as a nice sort of guy—you are not only failing to respect my reasonable caution, you are being cavalier about my personal safety.
This link recently saved by viviane on June 15, 2009
Women tend to be more selective than men when choosing romantic partners. Though scientists have long chalked up women’s pickiness to evolution, new research says the explanation may be simpler. Men typically approach women first, and the act of approaching increases desire. The research has been published in Psychological Science.