Remember Gamergate? Look it up. While you’re at it, go ahead and simply type “female gamers” into Google. The suggested results include things like “abuse” and “harrassed.” Neat.
When it comes to fiction, it makes more sense to me to just share with you what I’ve read recently, tell you what I found interesting or noteworthy about it, and let you pursue it or not as you see fit.
I refuse to accept that the greatest song in the world has already been written. To me, it is still out there waiting. It is my job to search for it.
Where does one draw the line between the freedom to say what they believe, and how far does one’s believes have to push in order to cross the line?
I insulted those of you who have deeply held religious beliefs, with coarse and base vulgarity. I was flippant about not one, not two, but three incredibly important subjects. And, while it isn’t the first time, I chose to shut people out because of their beliefs rather than to try to facilitate the kind of discourse we need in this country.
Some designs make me feel comfortable, maybe because I love symmetry and structure. So here’s my favorite mandala as an example. Get out there, buy some micron pens and go crazy, people. It’s fun.
I am always going to be the MC Skat Kat in our relationship.
This book has been a little life-changing. Maybe there’s a bit of a “there but for the grace of God go I” feeling about it. With so little research into opiate addiction, who knows which of us might be susceptible if given the right conditions?
Editor’s Note: Today we present another new columnist to you, our loyal readership, entitled ‘Outrage Fatigue.’ Lindsay Ness will write on topics of the day and give us her unvarnished take. Do not always expect Lindsay to toe any specific line or conform to any certain dogma. In her own, (usually) civilized way, Lindsay will…
I think sports are incredibly boring. I mean, a professional baseball game is, like, what—six hours at the very least? It’s an all day thing though, right?