This is a story of He-Man, sex, and the early days of Internet fan-fiction, and how I became the most hated person in the Masters of the Universe community, but I am getting ahead of myself here. This all takes place during my college days, from 1996 to 1999, a magical time for me. Never... Continue Reading →
Lost in the Maze
Before I write this review, I would like to offer my apologies to Mr. James Dashner. You see, I hate to criticize authors. I do not review books to make myself seem more knowledgeable, or my work more favorable, but rather, to explore fiction, why it works and why it doesn't, to have open discussion... Continue Reading →
Why Roger Ebert Needs to Play "The Last of Us"
I do not typically review games. The last time I did, with Mass Effect 3, I was attacked by a gang of nerds, and it took me a good few months to get rid of them. I review books, on the other hand, because I have insight into authors' mental processes, understanding what choices were made... Continue Reading →
Sex, Marriage, and Morality
What is marriage? How has it changed between cultures, time periods and individuals? And what, if anything, does it have to do with love? However we choose to define it, morality is the glue that holds marriage together. For decades, I have passionately argued that nudism does not = sex, and clubs like AANR (the American Association... Continue Reading →
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