My biggest concern in my own family is my father. He is a very sweet and kind man but extremely different from me in his world view. While I have a rather agnostic take on God, he is a Christian fundamentalist. He subscribes to the culture of the man being the head of the household, trying to live a life like people lived when Jesus was alive. My father also seems to believe that as the man who helped bring me into this world, he has a right to judge how I live my life. More
Jim, my boyfriend, and I work in a small office filled with an array of interesting characters who mainly fall in a rather socially conservative group. Some are strictly religious or widows or people with their own closeted issues giving them different reasons to judge the relationships of others. More
Filming people (including children) loopy on pain meds goes from cute to questionable when said parties share those intimate moments with, say, the world. But I can’t even get all blah blah blah privacy with this fresh from surgery husband who cannot believe that the gorgeous woman next to him is wife. More
A parent’s love many be consistent, but their approval is a mighty, mighty fickle thing — and can usually come in two prominent flavors of concern: kids and marriage. Such is the essential takeaway from a fairly open-ended, yet swelling Reddit thread that was prompted with a simple question, “What aspect of your life is a disappointment to your parents?” More
What does grate on Allan at times is that he wants to also have what Jim and I already share. While I like that I can share music, food, outings and even sexual nuances with Jim that Allan is not into, he wants to be able to do the same with someone else. More
I am an open-minded person. SEXUALLY. Wink, wink. People can do whatever the hell they want as long as it is consensual and doesn’t involve children or animals. I so do not care. But like some of you, I have been reading the
Totally True Obnoxious Adventures Of Polyamorous PeopleÂ Polyamorous Mom (And holly hell, I still have to spellcheck that word because I’m so unfamiliar with the concept that I can’t even spell the word correctly) and it is so not for me. More
Living and loving in a polyamorous lifestyle is a wonderful yet sometimes complicated adventure. Just like being monogamous, relationships involve people, and people are prone to interactions fraught with pitfalls and compromises. Since polyamory involves even MORE people, it is important for couples to establish boundaries and agreements that best suit everyoneâ€™s needs. More
Yet another article has been written about the dangers of putting your kids before your partner. I’m left wondering what planet all of these parents who can put their partners first live on, because I would like to move there. More
Theresa Semonski, who I have dubbed the “Crazy Bitch Bride,” has gotten a lot of flack from various websites about her controversial choice of wedding song. Namely, Buckcherry’s “Crazy Bitch,” a song whose claim to fame is being inspired by theÂ Paris HiltonÂ sex tape. Now I understand some of the criticism. I wouldn’t personally perform a song with lyrics like “scream so loud / getting fuckin’ laid” and “she’s fucks so good / I’m on top of it” in front of kids, but I’m withholding judgment.Â More
An Open Letter To The Parents Of The Girl Who Gave My Kid Lice
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Women now account for quite the spending power in our contemporary economic landscape. So the question remains why some companies, like Uboxes, insist on talking to dudes like they all have a delicate pregnant wifey at home who “meticulously” folds your laundry and is consuming your life with all her craptastic baby purchases. If you were ever curious what Betty Draper might purchase if she had Internet, Uboxes nails it. More
My family is what most people call a blended family. I married my husband almost seven years ago, and when we met I had a child from a previous relationship, a daughter (now nine) who my husband loves like his own kid. We went on to have two kids together, my 5-year-old daughter and my 3-year-old son.
It worked for us then and it works for us now, but this isn’t always satisfying for the teeming masses, yearning to
breathe free stay all up in my biznezz. More
When my sister VÃ©ronique and I were pregnant, I developed slight jealousy of Marie. Every time VÃ©ronique and I would talk about our pregnancies (we were four weeks apart), she would chime in with “Well, Marie does this and I think that’s interesting” or “Marie said that when she was pregnant, this happened…”. No matter what question I thought I had answered, Marie had beaten me to it. Marie knew everything. More
When I wrote my first anonymous piece about polyamory, I was in a state of crisis. My new relationship was taking up most of my time: I was neglecting work and family. My husband was accepting of the lifestyle change but skeptical of the way I was going about it. He didnâ€™t trust my boyfriend. He thought he was manipulative. More