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The Internet Age & Disenchantment…

It’s official. I cannot stand the way the society we live in is marching down a “Big Brother”-oriented road. It is easy enough to blame the rules of corporate America, who have decided it’s no longer enough for someone to give you a suitable reference or vouch for your character and talents to acquire a […]

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Lies We Tell Ourselves To Be Liked, And Other Reflections….

When I was 19, I was in a fairly well-known musical called The Fantasticks. I’m not sure why, but the other day, I began blogging about this musical–specifically, the people I worked with, and how it affected me sense of self. It was the first time I realised the way I saw myself–both positive and […]

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The Myth Of The “Fake Geek Girl”….

Today, a friend posted an article about the pervasiveness of the “fake geek girl” in our society. It was an interesting read. It’s now hot for girls who aren’t into a subculture that’s considered “geeky” to dress the part and show up at conventions and events, because they’re either looking to meet that type of […]

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Why You Should Love Strong, Unconventional Women….

If you know me at all, you know that I’m one of those girls who has always struggled to maintain female friendships. In fact, my life is experience with people has always been along the lines of “Women are nice to your face and tear you apart behind your back, and men just pretend to […]

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