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On Family

Not a family. Childless marriage, promoted here by Jewish feminist author Lauren Sandler.

Not a family. Childless marriage, promoted here by Jewish feminist author Lauren Sandler.

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German translation here

A myth of our time is that the Western family still exists. We assume it does despite abundant evidence to the contrary. This can be accounted for by the psychological persistence of outdated experience, and a mass media that subconsciously insinuates false perceptions.

Because the image of the family exists in our collective consciousness and, in some cases, our own personal recollections of a white world, we mistakenly assume it exists in real life as well. But it does not. The family has been obliterated, shattered. Read more …

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Of Costner, Corpses, & Conception:
Mother’s Day Meditations on The Untouchables & The Big Chill

Isabel Samaras, "Behold"

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Okay, I missed Mother’s Day, but hey, every day’s a holiday for the unemployed! So, in the holiday spirit, I offer some Second Thoughts on a couple of films recently discussed here.

Malone’s Death

Readers of my review of The Untouchables as an intiatic work will recall that I was somewhat puzzled by the reasons for Malone’s death. Read more …

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In Defense of Kony

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“Man developed in Africa. He has not continued to do so there.” — P. J. O’Rourke

Andrew Hamilton recently reviewed Lawrence H. Keeley’s anthropological treatise War Before Civilization. Keeley’s book delivers an excellent (and very accessible) debunking of the popular notion that precivilized humans were more pacific than civilized ones. They weren’t. Read more …

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Go East, Old Man!
Richard Bernstein’s The East, the West, & Sex

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Richard Bernstein
The East, the West, and Sex: A History of Erotic Encounters
New York: Knopf, 2009

It’s no secret that Asian women and white men seem to have a good deal of mutual attraction. Richard Bernstein, a Jew married to an Asian woman, tries to put this into a historical context. Reading his book gives an idea of how unique Western ideas of sex and marriage truly have been. Read more …

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