Tag Archives: Maine’s Question 1

Why Is Society So Afraid and Ashamed of Sex? Short Answer: Religion.

I’ve been thinking about this one, because it comes up a lot. Sex is something that raises eyebrows and it’s because people are really terrified of sex before it happens and really ashamed of it after it does. Of course, I mean mostly in the public light. Before I get into too much detail, let’s […]

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What Discrimination Looks Like – Maine’s Yes on 1

I was flying most of the morning and trying to process our defeat in Maine. I’ll keep my reaction short. It’s hard not to be angry. Very very angry. A majority of Maine voters went out of their way to say Screw you and your same-sex relationships. Our fierce advocate, the President, didn’t stand with […]

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