Category Archives: sexuality

Freud and Butler in situ

27. I went to bed last night at 8:30 p.m. and woke up today at 8:30 a.m. and you know what? I feel like a bag of dicks. Gary, my coffee shop counsellor, told me that it was because I … Continue reading

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It’s Not Getting Better

In the Saturday, September 24th issue of Globe Focus entitled: “We’re Not Going to Sit in Silence,” Erin Anderssen explores teen suicide from the point of view of the victims’ families and friends. What follows is a heart wrenching series … Continue reading

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Tim Hortons

15. Day 15. One, five. Fuck. I’ve been reading a lot about loneliness and the ways in which we westerners understand it and it’s making me lonely. I have to do it, I know. Apparently if you want to have … Continue reading

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Confessions

12. Ok, ok. So would you believe I’ve been absent these past 5 days because I was reading and working so much on my thesis that I had virtually no time to check in with myself? Yeah, me neither. But, … Continue reading

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David’s happiness

5. Here’s the thing. I’m hungover. Yes, I’m 33 and still manage to be hungover on a Tuesday. And my horoscope was less than exciting this morning so I avoided it. Here it is, though, for consistency’s sake: Sagittarius horoscope … Continue reading

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love

4. Sagittarius Horoscope for September 12, 2011 Your recent period of growth is slowing down — it’s not that you have nothing new to learn; it’s just that you need some downtime to process the things you’ve learned so far. … Continue reading

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Yahoo.ca

2. I am a Sagittarius. What does this mean? It means I’m not, as an academic, supposed to care about what being a Sagittarius means. It’s like terrorism in my circles, or undiagnosed herpes. But I do, believe I mean. … Continue reading

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New Day, New Mood

1. Okay. So this is it. I am forcing myself into a corner that I cannot back out of. I am entering, as the other female academics in my life say, the pregnancy time. No, I’m not pregnant in the … Continue reading

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