Let’s not go “back to normal”, normal wasn’t working.

As vaccinated places of the world are seeing large declines in Covid-19 cases and deaths, there is this feeling of relief that is coming, changing people's attitudes. Concerts, sporting events, conventions, schools and parties are all doable again. But some of the sacrifices we made over the last 15 months or so have changed our …

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Class Warfare is Cancelled

I felt the need to write a philosophy essay about "political correctness", and I know some of you are going to think: "Oh great another attack on the right from a left leaning pinko." But no. I am going to attack the LEFT wing this time, because, assholes can be found on both the left …

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Five Things Romantic People Could Learn from Aromantics

A year ago, I came out as Aromantic, and this year for pride month, I decided to write for romantic people (what we call "alloromantic") since they represent 99% of the population. Not having an ability to fall in love can be a weakness in some ways (don't ask us for relationship advice, we don't …

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Sexual Minorities in Games

I'm old enough to remember when sexual minorities in media were never talked about.  Anybody wise to sexuality in the 60's knew that Uncle Arthur on Bewitched was gay but it never got mentioned in the show itself.  It wasn't until a show called Soap came on in the early 80's that broke the sexuality …

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Virtual Reality vs. Virtual Currency

The tech battle no one is discussing, because in the end, neither will win. In 2015, Oculus Rift was supposed to be the beginning of the VR revolution, it wasn't. In 2016, Samsung Gear VR was supposed to be the beginning of the VR revolution, it wasn't. In 2017, Playstation VR was supposed to be …

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Culture in Decline

I try to write something once a month and haven't gotten around to it this month, so here are some random thoughts. I have been really tempted to write about the steep decline happening in politics, not just in America, but everywhere these days, but there is way too much material to go through, and …

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