Part 2 of a conversation with two celiac sufferers marking National Celiac Awareness Month in California. Find Part 1 here. – Femme de Joie
MP: Are there any restaurants or mainstream food products that cater to the gluten-free market? … Continue Reading
Here’s the continuation from my last column on swinging, which covered the who, why and how of partner swapping. I am using two terms interchangeably: ‘swinging’ and ‘lifestyle.’ In the ’50s, it was commonly called ‘wife swapping.’ These terms can include swapping… Continue Reading
Even after surviving and leaving one abuser, Scarlett wouldn’t escape a second cycle of domestic violence.
She had known Jason (not his real name) and his family for many years – “there was something about that that was very nice to have,” she said. She was drawn to his kindness and attracted to his … Continue Reading
I have many fears when it comes to my summer project, rational and irrational … although they lean toward mostly irrational. In fact, when I began planning this trip I made a list, to convince myself first before taking the jouney. I titled that list something very manly, like … Continue Reading