The Body Keeps the Score, by Bessel van der Kolk, M.D., is currently at number 12 on the New York Times list of bestselling science books. It discusses the history of trauma treatment and the author's personal evolution within the field. Van der Kolk has been looking for breakthroughs in...
Circe: Sleep with me. I'm a witch-goddess.
Odysseus: Yeah. I like your singing voice. Listen--
Circe: I knew it.
Odysseus: I haven't said anything.
Circe: I knew you'd bring it up.
Odysseus: You turned my men into pigs!
Circe: Are you mad?
Reading live from my blog about growing up with two moms, Two-and-a-half-women.tumblr.com.
When Tara Lipinski won the gold medal for women's singles figure skating in 1998, I experienced the wake-up call of a lifetime. She was 15. I was 12. My fate met me as I reached up to place a towel on the upper shelf of the linen closet next to...
When I was 8, my mom, M, helped me to draw what I thought my dad looked like.
Together we created the most butch heterosexual male that a lesbian femme and a little girl can muster. We gave him blonde hair like me and put him in a Dallas Cowboys...
As Ari and Emma get increasingly inebriated, they proceed to interweave the plots of movies they've never seen, across genres, space, and time.