Category Archives: Social Norms

May You Live in Interesting Times

Each year, for the past several  years, the idea that the world is changing has taken firmer and firmer root in my mind. My life now, is nothing how I imagined it would be ten years ago. I imagine that … Continue reading

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Disney Princesses and Race

So, today I’m going to go out on a limb here a bit and talk about something that I’ve found a lot of people like to sweep under the carpet or run and use their PC dictionary. I’m going to … Continue reading

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I’m Celtic….so, do I have to like Leprechauns?

The idea of religion in fantasy and how people react to it has been on my mind the last few days. The wall of my room is plastered with a raging mind map of one of my worlds. A large … Continue reading

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She’s how old? And he’s what?

Recently I’ve had the opportunity to consider age differences in sexual relationships, both in the novel I am writing now and in my personal life. Largely, I haven’t seen extended age gaps in the relationships in my family and the … Continue reading

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