TWO POSTS TODAY. THE PREVIOUS ONE, 1957, INTRODUCES THIS ONE.
312. Over time, the feminist spirit in the home shows up as female self-absorption, disrespect or ridicule of masculine traits, and an in-your-face attitude. 313 more words
The Passion Principles: Celebrating Sexual Freedom in Marriage is written by Shannon Ethridge, the author of the best selling Every Woman’s Battle series.
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I picked up a secondhand hardcover of Lady Chatterley’s Lover at a bookstore in Anchorage. Strangely enough, this book was hard to find; though I knew I could download a digital version on my Kindle, I waited until I could find a cheap used one I could shelve for aesthetic purposes. 1,191 more words
By Monica Wendel
Last weekend – an icy one in which I was batting that energy-draining combination of hangover and new-semester cold – a friend pressed a copy of Joyce Johnson’s Minor Characters into my hands. 1,275 more words
“I’d learned myself by the age of sixteen that just as girls guarded their virginity, boys guarded something less tangible which they called Themselves. They seemed to believe they had a mission in life, from which they could easily be deflected by being exposed to too much emotion.”