by guest blogger Katharine Ashe, best-selling author of historical romance novels We in the modern era did not invent the female orgasm. We didn’t invent sex, either. I bet you’re thinking, “Duh.” Because, well, duh. But when people learn that I’m a professor of medieval history, they say the darnedest things. And when I tell […]
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We’ve Come a Long Way, Baby…Haven’t We?
When Did ‘Hello’ Become Harassment?
by guest blogger Renee James, humorist and blogger Let me go on record here: I don’t understand the point of the Hollaback video. In case you’ve been on Neptune for the past week or two, here’s the story. An actress, Shoshana B. Roberts, took a casual 10-hour stroll through New York City neighborhoods while a […]
The End Of Sexism
Lately, I’ve been seeing some references to guys feeling like they are experiencing sexism, if you will – not from me, mind you, but from society at large. And I kind of have to smile a bit. After millennia when the sexism was (and still is) targeted on women, the guys get their first taste of it and boom: they’re crying foul. Well, get used to it, guys. And talk to me after another thousand years, and we’ll see how you’re feeling then.
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