Take Your Present Back: The Past Is Not a Trap

Yesterday was Daylight Savings and by springing forward we "lost" an hour. Perhaps your witty Facebook friends also updated their statuses by asking: "Where did the time go?!" I'll roll along with serendipity because, as of late, I've been thinking a lot about time, how it shapes our lives, and how conventional wisdom on the … Continue reading Take Your Present Back: The Past Is Not a Trap

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Charles Darwin: Parenting Extraordinaire

I don't have babies but it's never too soon to start looking for a potential partner to help raise them when I want them, right? In less contrived circumstances than that makes it sound, I shared a sweet, romantic moment with someone a couple of weeks ago when I told him, "I think that you … Continue reading Charles Darwin: Parenting Extraordinaire

Open Letter to Penn State: #WEstillARE…but how and why?

After what people are describing as the most trying and difficult week in Penn State's history, it may seem like everything has changed. But I suspect that really, very little has changed at all. And that, I think, is quite unfortunate. For all of those who felt dismay over the news about Sandusky's repeated sexual … Continue reading Open Letter to Penn State: #WEstillARE…but how and why?

Think for a Change (17): It’s Okay to Be Gay!

In light of National Coming Out Day, I discuss arguments for gaining legal protection for LGBT people which target subjective moral judgments, such as the belief that homosexuality is wrong. Rather than arguing in apologetic terms for mere acceptance and tolerance, I suggest that recognizing the role of choice in sexuality does not inhibit making … Continue reading Think for a Change (17): It’s Okay to Be Gay!