If someone asked you what a Wiccan looked like, what image would first come to mind?
A rebellious, black-clothed teen?
A middle aged, overtly Feminist woman?
A young girl who wants to feel more in tune with nature?
A “refugee” from the Woodstock era?
Or maybe someone who enjoys worshipping “the devil” and wants to mock the god of the monotheistic religions?
Except for the last one, all of these stereotypes do, I admit, describe some Wiccans…or at least people who claim to be. But the majority of us don’t look or act any different than your average person. Unless someone is wearing a pentacle or specifically says they are Wiccan, you probably couldn’t tell.
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The Friend Zone. What exactly is it? Can one party truly be oblivious to it, or is it just “all in the mind” of the other? What steps can be taken to avoid being “friend zoned” in the first place? Why is there a problem being “friend zoned”, anyway?
Today, I’m going to dissect this phenomena and attempt to air it out for discussion.
What exactly IS the friend zone?
We’ve all heard the stories; a guy finds a girl he likes and attempts to woo her with numerous favors, dinners, help with home repairs, unconditional emotional support and so on. (Of course, if she is a true friend, she’ll provide the same.)
Continue reading Friend Zoning: A View From Both Sides
The past 6 days have been a “celebration” of International Clitoris Week, which ends today. In our age of better science, I am glad that we have so much information to share about this incredibly important organ.
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So, last week I talked about the gaming community, and how many different members/types are present in it. This week, I’ll go over various stereotypes that are often used when discussing gamers, and whether female gamers are truly “diamonds in the rough”.
Continue reading The Games We Play (Part 2)