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Category Archives: Placeless

Sex: A Knowing

Daunted by the rightness of wrong, by the wrongness of right, by the thought that this is the nature of knowledge we inherit.

In a Day or Two

I’d be lying if I said I didn’t hope for an afterlife like that—one where everything is shiny and my partner and I look like we’re thirty for the rest of our lives.

Look at the Women

You want to talk about how to teach young girls to love themselves? Or to believe that their bodies are temples, and not objects of shame?

Sex: A Reading List

Nagoski takes a thoroughly researched, science-based approach to dispel myths about female sexuality and to explain how the body and mind are inextricable in all things to do with relationships.

Virginity: An Education

Chapter 8: Religious Studies II
“There is no such thing as a condom for the heart. Once you have had sex, you are never quite the same.”
-“Pure Again,” Focus on the Family

Call for Audition Submissions

We have several openings for new writers beginning this August, and we’d love for you to audition!

Trees and Clouds

Trees and Clouds

by | May 30, 2018

In a past life, I would have said that I would rather be a cloud.

The Humanity of Teaching

The Humanity of Teaching

The second we try to love without sacrifice is the second we have lost sight of love entirely.

Increasing Empathy

Increasing Empathy

Ask yourself, “What if I’m wrong?”

Mining the Abyss

Mining the Abyss

When it came time for “Floating in the Forth,” the sold-out crowd sang along with Scott: “I think I’ll save suicide for another year!” I fought back tears.