Yes, there are just seven days to the release of Across the Kitchen Table: Talking about Trans with Your Teen. A video tells where it all began….
I recently spoke with a woman who was bemoaning how men and women do not equally share child care. I remember worrying about that when I was in my twenties.
The ancient Balaam knew the only way to oppose Israel was to destroy her relationship with God. Therefore, he suggested a substitute love offensive. His counsel still destroys the people of God today.
Every year, I have an argument with my husband about the value of The Nutcracker, the ballet. Sam considers this holiday standard an insufferable time-waster having nothing to do with the real Christmas, a quaint costume drama that devolves into an interminable and inexplicable glorification of candy and tulle. But, I plead, don’t you see?
One reader asks, in response to the Jump-In-The-Lake post, “How can I say “no” to a man asking me out in a way that does not crush, but rather encourages, his masculinity?” I could think of no better person to answer this than one of the world’s leading experts in encouraging masculinity: Mary K. Andreades. So I asked her …