Science Minis: Snarky Analysis of a Pandemic Year + A Humorous History of Sex

As much as I love reading pop science, for some reason I find these books the hardest to write and discuss. Is it because I'm afraid of summarizing them poorly or inaccurately? I have no idea. Minis it is! In Virus: Vaccinations, the CDC, and the Hijacking of America's Response to the Pandemic, journalist Nina... Continue Reading →

Isabel Allende On Feminism, Love, And Life Getting Better As It Goes

Review: The Soul of a Woman, by Isabel Allende The patriarchy is stony. Feminism, like the ocean, is fluid, powerful, deep, and encompasses the infinite complexity of life; it moves in waves, currents, tides, and sometimes in storms. Like the ocean, feminism never stays quiet. Beloved Chilean novelist Isabel Allende's second memoir, The Soul of... Continue Reading →

Injustice and the Transgender Tipping Point

Book review: A Murder Over a Girl, by Ken Corbett Psychologist and professor Ken Corbett exhaustively covered the trial of Brandon McInerney, who at age fourteen, executed a classmate, Larry King (not THAT one.) Supposedly because King, who was gay and beginning to express himself in ways that indicate he was probably transgender, was sexually harassing him.... Continue Reading →

All About Eddie

Book review: Believe Me, by Eddie Izzard "I was a bit bonkers. But good bonkers. There is a difference." Eddie Izzard is a beloved British comedian, actor, activist and marathon runner. He's also known, for better or for worse, for being a proud transvestite. I say for better or for worse because as he explains in his... Continue Reading →

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