Tag Archives: humour

Dad, What’s A Condom?

Check out my latest piece on nuance! Excerpt below; for full text, hit the link. Children’s sexual subjectivity matters. Why are we so scared to talk about it? “Dad, what’s a condom?” I walked into the small living room of our … Continue reading

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Online Dating: Mistakes Men Make In The First Conversation With Women And How To Fix Them

This is a blog post for men sincerely wanting to date women, and who are having trouble in our land of online dating. 1. Opening with a “joke” – DON’T ex: “Did it hurt?” —> some variation of “when you … Continue reading

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Shutting Down Conversations About Race: Humour and Music

Talking about race is often more difficult than joking about it, singing about it, or making offhand remarks about racism – though of course such jokes or remarks about race can precipitate discussion around race. On my facebook newsfeed today, … Continue reading

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