Monthly Archives: May 2014

Why do we still get consent and agency wrong?

So two stories came up on my FB feed today, and together, they made me see red. They are unrelated stories, and I will link to them both:The first is about a heroic teen who saved a friend from a … Continue reading

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Happily never after: Subverting the romantic in David Mackenzie’s Asylum

Originally submitted 14 Feb, 2013 If any culture as wildly diverse as America’s can be said to have a central value, it is most definitely the romantic ideal. All the core American values—family, the American dream, the triumph of the … Continue reading

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