Mrs. Betty Bowers Reviews Ann Coulter — And Her Book, Too.
Reverse snobbery, in which a group of people try to one-up each other by talking about all the shows they haven’t seen, because they’re “above all that.”
Interesting study of the dynamic element in photos.
The fictional police state from “The Handmaid’s Tale.”
Bowing to pressure from anti-gay hate groups, Macy’s removed the mannequins from the gay pride week store display window. Strangely enough — the mannequins weren’t doing anything but standing together. Very odd.
The Banality of Evil is a phrase coined in 1963 by Hannah Arendt in her work Eichmann in Jerusalem to describe the thesis that the great evils in history generally, and the Holocaust in particular, were not executed by fanatics or sociopaths but rather by
The sociologist Max Weber defined charismatic authority, also called charismatic domination, or charismatic leadership, as “resting on devotion to the exceptional sanctity, heroism or exemplary character of an individual person, and of the normative patte
Gentle readers, this post first ran last year, a couple of days after New York City’s Pride Parade. I got so many wonderful emails wishing that I’d made this post before Pride, rather than after it, that I’m reposting it today.
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