View image | gettyimages.com I don’t lose books. I lost this one. A few years ago, I bought “Chants of a Lifetime” in Los Angeles, got on the plane, read a few chapters, put it aside and walked off the plane without it. I realized right away I didn’t have it. But I didn’t go […]
An untold story of persecution and perseverance, by Qasim Rashid
Race, Ethnicity, and Gender are not always apparent when a child is born. Neither is sexual orientation. In a recent column at USAToday.com, William Mattox proposes the idea that sexual orientation is “more like religion than race” – that is, that sexual orientation is a choice rather than an inborn trait, and thus undeserving of […]
Erotic art has existed throughout human history. (Even before the internet.)
If pride truly cometh before the fall then we need a strong harness and a good helmet.