What are kids reading in the new year? What kids read has a strong impact on their perceptions of reality.
An evil mathematician explains why he kidnapped your happily ever after.
Sami Jankins discusses modern dating with talk radio host and marriage coach, Lesli Doares.
Once upon a time, Sami Jankins decided that she wanted Mr. Real instead of Prince Charming.
Sometimes a little humor and reflection can help us learn the hard lessons.
Real love isn’t always rose and lavender, sometimes it’s a lot more like manure. But maybe loving the fertilizer is the secret of a lasting relationship.
Alexander Lowe discusses how gay men could learn to escape reality in fictitious world and get trapped there for good.
Professor Bobkoff is not returning to campus this fall, but his daughter will never forget what he taught her.
Einstein said a lot of things, and much of what he has said has been handsomely crafted into tight shareable memes that offer an inspiring boost to our mornings.
Marriage counselor Aaron Anderson critiques our ever-dangerous tendency to mix fairy-tales and marriage.
If adults are complaining that their lives are not fairy tales, we should all be very frightened.
The fairy tales’ flawed messages of romance swing both ways.
Lawrence Benner’s cat just died, and it’s got him thinking about all the ways we’re obsessed with death, when it’s really quite simple.
Bird seamstresses, prancing princes: Greg White on the pressure and woes of life on the fast track to happy ever after.
Sidney Stone hopes that the fairy tales of the future can help undo some of the damaging messages about gender that have been sent to boys and girls in the past.
Starring his business-savvy wife, their precocious children, and Mark Welte: homunculus.