When I was a young republican?

Dear Diary Series Date: Sunday May 22, 1983 Age: 12 Home: Holladay, Utah The president of the United States is Ronald Reagan. One of our problems today is high inflation. We are also troubled by high unemployment [sic] another problem that concerns many people is that of nuclear warfare. So I'm at a loss for words reading … Continue reading When I was a young republican?

72 hours on OKCupid and I’m already exhausted

You know that saying that we all use to convince ourselves that doing something we’re hesitant about is okay: But everyone is doing it. Maybe we should heed our mother’s pat response of “If everyone was jumping off a cliff, would you do that too?” I say this because for after years of hesitation, I … Continue reading 72 hours on OKCupid and I’m already exhausted

Be delighted by Jimmy Fallon, The Roots & Sesame Street characters singing together [video]

All things Sesame Street continue to delight me and The Roots,  Jimmy Fallon and Sesame Street characters singing the theme song is no different. Enjoy!

So apparently a stranger barfing is the new pigeon poop of luck

In a testament to life is about the yin and the yang, no good deed goes unpunished and other such clichés, on my return trip from a meeting downtown, life decided to play a funny trick on me, because you know, life is really a bitch funny that way In the meeting, I'd learned that my vote into … Continue reading So apparently a stranger barfing is the new pigeon poop of luck

SEXomedy: Real talk about masturbation, body hair, and the joys of copy machines [video]

Forget the crap you see in Cosmo with its glossy pictures and advice about how to keep your man satisfied! We need real talk, and actor/playwright/comedian/dancer/musician/activist, Melissa DuPrey brings it to us like she's one of our Girls and we're dishing secrets at a slumber party, in her one-woman show, SEXomedy.  I first caught a … Continue reading SEXomedy: Real talk about masturbation, body hair, and the joys of copy machines

The path to self-acceptance is paved with humor in Father Forgive Me for I have Sinned

When I was in high school there were a few places teens could go dancing. One of those places was a reception hall located on the 2nd floor of a building on the corner of North and Western Avenues. Of all the places we went to—Medusas, Centrum Hall, Riviera—it was one of the least important, … Continue reading The path to self-acceptance is paved with humor in Father Forgive Me for I have Sinned