Men: Growing beyond "boyish naivete"

Was Carl Jung, the Swiss psychologist, right about American men — a century ago?

In 1912, when the groundbreaking psychologist took a ship to the U.S., he was taken aback by the way husbands acted around wives. 1,308 more words

The Search

Welfare of West threatened by illegal migrants: Letters

Is the future of Europe threatened by the flood of illegal migrants?

Can people from both the right and left agree on answers to the crisis? 1,093 more words

The Search

'Physicists are more playful than biologists'

Physics is often considered the ‘hardest’ science of all, the branch of science most rooted in mathematics and logic and the way the real world works. 461 more words

The Search

How Vancouver housing developers first began using the 'racist' label

The “racist” label continues to be used liberally in Metro Vancouver, often to silence debate about the city’s housing affordability crisis.

While it’s unwise to dismiss the possibility of racism entirely in Metro or anywhere, it’s also dangerous to exaggerate it, particularly when the epithet is being used by certain real estate developers who find the accusation serves their self interest. 417 more words



Since I had several older siblings growing up I got to watch things kids my age were not allowed. My older sister liked Johnny Depp (as do I) and she at this time also liked “creepy” movies and different types of movies than most people. 720 more words


United Church of Canada elects second gay moderator

Well, maybe it’s not news any more. But the liberal United Church of Canada, the country’s largest Protestant denomination, today elected a lesbian minister as moderator. 359 more words


Moving On

One foot out the door,

The other follows slower,

And I’m trying so hard to pick up the pace.

In a moment, it will be over. 67 more words