"I know Liz thinks she loves him, but there's more to marriage than long hair."
Doubt it. Although vintage romance comic book treasure trove Sequential Crush presents a convincing argument with 1970's "His Hair Is Long and I Love Him," a tale of love, money, music, and misunderstanding.
See you on the flip side, Sequential Crush.
“When we rent the apartment out, we don’t know these people are gay or not,” he said. “Equal treatment to everybody. And when I know them more, I noticed they take care of the apartment very well, nice and clean, very polite, and pay the rent on time more than other people. I started to feel gay people were very good. And then I found out friends’ children were gay, and since they were babies, I loved them very much. I realized that some people are born to be gay.” —Jeff Yang discovers his conservative Christian immigrant dad supports marriage equality.
The New York Times, whether intentionally or not, is trying to make you think seriously about the nature of life, and fate, and how to be a good person, and so on, by telling stories about two different impulsive acts, and then how things unfolded afterwards. One of the acts being horrible, and one being wonderful.*
*Despite, of course, beginning with its own sort of tragedy. Here is some information about the nation's safe haven laws.
My parents have been married for 40 years, and what they modeled for my brothers and me has shaped so much of who I am. My mom, Nicole, is one of the smartest people I know. She’s also very funny. It is only now, in my thirties, that I’ve been able to fully appreciate her choices as a woman, wife, and mother and what her choices have made possible for me. When I read articles like the recent piece in New York Times Magazine on the Opt Out generation wanting to return to the workplace, I think of my mother. We were a middle class family, so her [...]
Hey, young lovers.
I'm out. No! It's going to be okay. This is the internet, I'm not, like, moving to a new city your parents won't want to drive you out to on the weekends. And I've written a rambling books post for you that will be up later this afternoon, so this is not The Last of Nicole for today, even.
Where am I going? Well, on July 1st, Mallory Ortberg and I are launching our own site. You'll hear more about it later. Leaning in, following your dreams, etc.
I've loved my time here so much, and I want to thank all of you for reading my work, [...]
(bursts into sloppy tears)
"Then I went through 29 years of her life and it hit me that here's this woman that was once a young girl and this is every girl's dream to find their prince and find their king and to have that fairytale that a young girl has and then grows into a woman, and then it hit me I went, 'And I'm that man.' " —Oh, Matthew McConaughey. That is a really strange formulation!
"Seems to me like this research says not that women prefer large penises but rather they prefer not to look at small penises." —A commenter with an eye for scientific detail on an Atlantic Wire [...]
Q. I Want My Ex to Officiate at My Wedding: I plan to be married soon. My fiancé and I don't want a big to-do but would like to mark the occasion with a small ceremony and invite immediate family and a few close friends. This is a second marriage for both of us. My ex-husband and I remained civil to one another for the sake of our children. Once the hurt of our failed marriage had healed, we developed a friendship based on mutual interests and shared history. My [...]