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marie claire: How I Planned a MÉNAGE À TROIS

February 11, 2010

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When Pamela Druckerman’s husband asked for a threesome for his 40th birthday, she reluctantly agreed, on one condition – that she pick the other woman.   Threesomes suddenly seem to be everywhere, although the message about them is paradoxical: Everyone (at least everyone male) wants to have one, but no one’s had a good one.

NEW YORK JOURNAL OF BOOKS: Best Sex Writing 2009: An Intellectually Stimulating Survey of Contemporary American Sexuality by Rachel Kramer Bussel

February 11, 2010

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Post a Comment via nyjournalofbooks.com New York Journal of Books has reprinted my Amazon review of Best Sex Writing 2009!

Prospect Park in Snow Feb 10, 2010

February 11, 2010

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9th Street Playground, Prospect Park February 10, 2010 Dead Leaves on Snow Clad Branches, Prospect Park in Snow Feb 10 2010

Findings – People Share News Online That Inspires Awe, Researchers Find

February 11, 2010

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Sociologists have developed elaborate theories of who spreads gossip and news — who tells whom, who matters most in social networks — but they’ve had less success measuring what kind of information travels fastest. Do people prefer to spread good news or bad news? Would we rather scandalize or enlighten? Which stories do social creatures […]

Think Progress » Insurer Denies Life-Prolonging Treatment To Five-Year-Old Boy With Cancer

February 11, 2010

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Insurer Denies Life-Prolonging Treatment To Five-Year-Old Boy With Cancer One of the worst abuses of private insurance companies is the practice of using spurious reasons to deny claims for medical treatments, which are often necessary for saving patients’ lives. Kyler Van Nocker’s story shows that even 5-year-old kids are not exempt from this insurance company […]

Ancient DNA Points To Additional New World Migration – Science News

February 11, 2010

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Enlarge Long-lost relative?A nearly complete genome sequence extracted from hair of a 4,000-year-old Greenland man contained mutations that offered clues to what he looked like. These genetic hints informed this artist’s reconstruction of the man’s face.Nuka Godfredsen A 4,000-year-old Greenland man just entered the scientific debate over the origins of prehistoric populations in the Americas. […]