Justin Willman has the kind of credibility I didn't know I wanted or needed from a magician. He seems as present with this audiences as he is clever, and his show on Netflix, "Magic for Humans," is an easy recommendation for anyone who wants to feel good things.
Many people around me have been so incredibly supportive lately by encouraging me to write more. I can't believe it's been four years since I got a job after grad school, and thus, four years since I've been in the practice of regular, philosophical writing. It's been a good but somewhat confusing space - I … Continue reading Positive Philosophy & Feminist Friendship – My work over the past several years
At eight years old, I read my encyclopedia before bed and some of my favorite television shows were Dateline, Primetime Live, and 20/20. Apparently, I was a precocious child who loved learning about things like how light waves work, as well as shocking tactics predators are using to abduct children in your neighborhood. My sick taste in television also introduced me to … Continue reading Fondue Conversion Therapy and How I Learned to Eat
There are a couple of different ways to drop an anal bomb. (Urban dictionary will tell you one way; porn could probably show you something similar.) This is how I like to drop an anal bomb, and last week was my first time doing it in front of a live audience. They loved it. The … Continue reading How to Drop an Anal Bomb (Live)
A few weeks ago I met a stranger. We talked about pornography for a long while, and then I asked him, "Would you like to a make a video together?" Two days later, we did. It was great. Since our conversation, I just can't get porn off of my mind. I mean, I even turned … Continue reading If Hamburgers Were Porn: Feminism and Doing It Better
You may be one of the 3 million people who have seen this video by now. As Minnesota becomes the twelfth state to legalize marriage equality (the sixth state in six months), it seems like our cultural consciousness is finally starting to shift with respect to how we think about sexuality. Given the resurgent popularity … Continue reading “When Did You Choose To Be Straight?” About Two Years Ago.
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!