Title: Lenin, Stalin, and Hitler by Robert Gellately
Category: Nonfiction, History, World War II, Europe
Review: This was a very well-written book and I learned a lot that I did not know before. 243 more words
Writing this blog because I’m disappointed in this book, After the Parade by Lori Ostlund. I read it on recommendation from a new writer acquaintance who I think suggested it after reading this little vignette I wrote about a gay man driving home from a job interview — I didn’t make that connection until I started reading and realized the main character is a middle aged gay man. 620 more words
This is an older article, May 2015, but it hasn’t improved with age. It must take a lot of effort to be this stupid.
At one point, Swift even flirted with the idea of “simply abolishing the family” as a way of “solving the social justice problem” because “there would be a more level playing field” if we did…