Was justice served? Or did Kevin Spacey get a bad rap(p)? Was he one of the first casualties in the new caste system, carving itself out on social media via metrics of allegation and likability? Continue reading What’s So Special About Kevin Spacey?
Why is E.L. James so successful? Is Fifty Shades of Grey unique? Or does she owe her success to ancient archetypes? Continue reading The Opposite of Erotic
There is an epidemic of loneliness unfolding the values of the American people that Facebook—in all its promise to connect—can not eradicate. People are craving something more profound than a thumbs up or a digital heart. People are yearning for deep and meaningful connections and not finding them. They are dying (yes, dying) for people … Continue reading Touch Starvation
Scott Rudin might build toxic workplaces, but no one has to work with him. Why do we suddenly blame what we tolerated yesterday? Continue reading Choosing To Play By Scott Rudin’s Rules of Engagement
I was a cradle Catholic; was born into a traditional Catholic family and brought up in the Christian faith. Even as a young girl, I noticed subtle sexism in the faith. The priests were all male. Yes, nuns existed, but they got neither the respect nor the money that seemed so readily available to their … Continue reading How Christianity Fails Women
A shortcut can be defined as a less time-consuming way between two different points otherwise connected by a longer route. We are all familiar with how a shortcut works, and you’ve probably taken a few today. There might be a shortcut connecting your college to your home or between two busy intersections in a city. … Continue reading Taking The Einstein-Rosen Bridge