Posts Tagged ‘society’

The Type Of Love Our Society Needs

Many of us have different definitions of, and experiences with love. We all grew up in different households with different families under different circumstances. But I think we can all agree that love is a positive emotion felt deeply for someone you care about. More specifically: 1. A profoundly tender, passionate affection for another person.…

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You’re Not Happy Because You Never Learned How To Be

While this may seem like a completely different topic than I usually write about, there are certainly some overlaps. For one, relationships should be about sharing happiness with another person. Enjoying each other’s presence in life. Being fulfilled and satisfied in what you have created together. The problem arises, though, when we try to make something out…

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10 Stereotypes To Stop Spreading About Men

It is no secret that stereotypes, while admittedly sometimes seem to be quite accurate, do not hold true for every member of the group being stereotyped. Some are funny, some are offensive, and some are just aggravating. In discussions and observations I typically hear about how “men are” this or that. More often than not I…

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What Jeremy Meeks Can Teach Us About Society

If you’re not familiar with Jeremy Meeks, he is a 30 year old convicted felon who was recently arrested (again). What makes Jeremy unique is that when his mugshot was posted on Facebook by the Stockton Police Department, it immediately went viral. It currently has nearly 60,000 likes and 16,000+ comments, and growing. Mostly from women.…

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The DOMA Ruling – A victory for progress.

I would be lying if I said there wasn’t some satisfaction in seeing all of these religious fanatics utterly devastated about the DOMA ruling today. Comments like “The DOMA ruling has now made the normalization of polygamy, pedophilia, incest and bestiality inevitable. Matter of time.” from American Family Association’s Bryan Fischer and statements that the…

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