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GPT-3 writes romance column for the New York Times

Auntie Gertrude or whoever was out today, so The New York Times handed its Modern Love column to GPT-3, the word-slinging AI. It did fantastic. He said, "I'm married.""I'm married, too," I said."I'll call you," he said."I'll wait," I said. — Read the rest
Tags: Post, News, Love, New York Times, GPT, Gpt-3, Generative Text, Auntie Gertrude


The Loveless, Causing Confusion And Torment

I read a poem from the 1800’s that challenged me to think. The poem was about a man who loves a woman who does not love him because she can’t love him. She can’t love because it’s herself whom she … Read More...
Tags: Psychology, Art, Love, Astrology, Relating, Venus-Pluto


How your masturbation habits are impacting your sex life

As many as 40% of women experience difficulty reaching orgasm during heterosexual partnered sex. A 2019 study explores the potential links between female masturbation habits and partnered sex satisfaction. The frequency in which women masturbated did not correlate to their orgasm experiences with their partner. However, researchers did note that the greater the overlap between masturbation activities and partnered sex, the more women were to overcome orgasm difficulties. In general, women who we...
Tags: Sex, Germany, Love, Women, Happiness, Communication, Hungary, United States, Innovation, Men, Self, Personal Growth, Rowland, Valparaiso University, Human body, World Literacy Foundation


When You Need Hope After the Election

I’m writing these words before I know who our next U.S. president will be or how you will feel about the outcome. I’m proud I was able to vote and I don’t know about you, but I’m ready for the campaigning to be over. I know it’s been a heavy process for most of us trying to make decisions that are best for the future. I’ve also been exhausted not just by the media and politicians but by the way neighbors, friends, and family have spoken in person and online. Watching and listening to people dete...
Tags: Love, Inspiration, United States, Jesus, Biden, Christ, Presidential Election, Neighbor, Trump, Encouragement, Michelle Reyes, Iive


Keep going on…pandemic 2020, we got you…

I lay awake at 2:20 am this morning after going to bed at 8 pm. I was feeling a bit forlorn and I’ve had a really rough, homeless several months. Things are calming down now and I have a place to live for now but the chaos lingers in my body as it continues to... Continue Reading →
Tags: Health, Love, Mental Health, Ptsd, Infertility, Crazy Times, Keep Going


I'm back from my stoical walk — 3.4 miles, 60°, down by the lake and over to State Street...

  ... graffiti on a boarded up window says "Marxists are tying to make State Street a boarded-up unsafe dystopia."    Sunshine Daydream says "Spread love not hate." *** ... walking in the tall trees/going where the wind goes/blooming like a red rose... [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Photography, Safety, Law, Love, Stoicism, Madison, Graffiti, State Street, Murals, Ann Althouse, off-blog Althouse


The Day After: How Can We Mend Our Broken Fences?

I’m on the phone talking to a mom who won’t talk to her daughter. She voted one way. The mom voted the other. But that’s only half of what’s driving a wedge between the two. The daughter has left the church, denouncing all religion. The mother calls her daughter’s choice “evil.” Not exactly words to heal their hearts and rebuild their family. That’s where we all stand this morning. It’s the day after. Even if we don’t know who won the election yet, the biggest question remains: How do we heal? C...
Tags: Politics, Senate, Love, Inspiration, America, Jesus, Lincoln, Courage, Christ, Presidential Election, Matthew, PAUL, Abraham Lincoln, Jesus Himself, apostle Paul, Election Day


Red Flags to Watch Out for When You Start Dating Someone

The early days of dating someone new can be wonderful. You’re getting to know someone, learning about all of their quirks and figuring each other out. Part of that is recognizing if something about them seems off. If, in the first stage of seeing someone, you see too many of these red flags flying instead of…Read more...
Tags: Social, Feature, Relationships, Love, Dating, Social Gps, Online Dating, Lifehacks, Editors Picks, Valentines Day, Lovehacker


What’s A Good Love Philosophy?

“In for a penny, in for a pound”. It’s occurred to me this is a good philosophy to apply to love relationships in that if you’re going to love someone, then love them! I wrote this post a dozen years … Read More...
Tags: Love, Philosophy, Astrology, Real Life


"[I]n an attempt to defend [Billie] Eilish — a sincere attempt, often from other young women — a new narrative is being formed around her body."

"Now, it’s about Eilish’s 'bravery' in having a body atypical for celebrities because she’s seemingly not a size 0. It’s a common refrain anytime a woman in the public eye is seen eating in public, having hips in public, or having rolls in public.... The goal of this kind of noxious positivity is to make clear that not being thin — either intentionally or not — is just as worthy of celebration as thinness has been since basically forever. But this is a false equivalence; we praise thinness becau...
Tags: Fashion, Law, Hosiery, Etiquette, Love, Fat, Drawing, Paparazzi, Boredom, Hypocrisy, Billie Eilish, Vogue Australia, Feminine Beauty, Ann Althouse, Eilish, Women In Shorts


512(f) Claim Survives Motion to Dismiss–Brandyn Love v. Nuclear Blast America

[Remember that our country is facing multiple existential threats. PLEASE VOTE.] This case involves two “heavy metal” bands, “We Are the End” and “Rings of Saturn” (the Spotify bio describes Rings of Saturn as “a progressive, technical deathcore outfit”). I listened to a few songs of each band at Spotify–this genre is definitely not my kind of music. At its core, the lawsuit involves a claim that bandmates were developing songs, then the bandmates separated, after which one bandmate allegedly st...
Tags: Amazon, Spotify, Law, Youtube, Love, Copyright, Johnson, Smith, Crossfit, Vodka, Usc, Viacom, Automattic, Shropshire, Umg, Dod


Synastry: What If Love Natures Are Mismatched?

What happens when two people love each other but their love natures are mismatched? Can something like this be resolved?  2.5 minute video. … Read More...
Tags: Videos, Love, Astrology, Relating, Synastry


We studied what happens when guys add their cats to their dating app profiles

If you've used a dating app, you'll know the importance of choosing good profile pics.These photos don't just relay attractiveness; a recent study suggested that 43% of people think they can get a sense of someone's personality by their picture. You might guess that someone who has included a photo of themselves hiking is an outdoorsy type of person. But as scientists who study human-animal interactions, we wanted to know what this meant for pet owners – in particular, male cat owners. If you're...
Tags: Psychology, Relationships, Animals, Love, Women, United States, Innovation, Men, Lori Kogan, Clinical Sciences Colorado State University, Shelly Volsche Lecturer Boise State


Big Thread

I dyed some string. Big Thread. I lost myself in the deep pool of thought again. Now free, this one has become it's own deep pool of thought. I tied it to a tree.  Been a bit distracted, trying to find Michelle. She's been missing from my internet world since the 21st, which seems odd. Especially Facebook where I am used to seeing multiple posts per day. Maybe her computer died. But she has not called me and has not answered my emails or responded to phone calls. So I guess I am worried....
Tags: Crafts, Facebook, Love, Michelle, Travelling Companions


Being in a frisky mood may improve your chances in the dating world

Fear of rejection, self-doubt, and anxiety are just some of the obstacles humans need to overcome to make a meaningful, romantic connection with another person.According to a 2020 project by a group of psychologists at the University of Rochester (and the Israeli-based Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya), humans see possible romantic partners as a lot more attractive if they go into the interaction with a "sexy mindset."Across three separate studies, this team discovered that this sexual activati...
Tags: Psychology, Marriage, Sex, Relationships, Love, Women, Vulnerability, Mental Health, Innovation, Fear, Reproduction, Men, Visualizations, Emotions, Rochester, Reis


"Now I’m asking sleepy Joe Biden to give me a list and he doesn’t want to do it. You know why? "

"Because he can only put super radical left judges on, people that would destroy our country, people that would destroy your country. And he knows that he’s not electable… He shouldn’t be electable anyway. This is the worst candidate. You know where he is today? They have a thing called the LID. I don’t even know. Do you know what LID stands for? LID. He put out a LID today early in the morning. LID means he’s not going to be anywhere today. I’m working my ass off, I’m in Ohio, I’m in Texas, I’m...
Tags: Florida, Texas, Law, Love, Joe Biden, Ronald Reagan, Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Trump, Ann Althouse, Trump rhetoric, Trump and the judiciary, Trump idolatry, replacing Ginsburg, Biden And Judges


'Colourful, vibrant, sensual!' Stars on Jimi Hendrix, 50 years gone

In awe of everything from his raunchiness to his skill with sheer volume, members of Pixies, Yes, Parliament-Funkadelic, Thin Lizzy and more celebrate the guitar god, who died 50 years ago todayI first met Jimi – he was called Jimmy James then – at the California Club in Los Angeles. He was down on his luck at the time. His wardrobe was shabby and he reeked of Right Guard deodorant, which he used in copious amounts because he couldn’t afford to have his clothing properly dry cleaned. The heels o...
Tags: Music, Love, Los Angeles, Jimi Hendrix, Culture, Pop and rock, Miles Davis, Jimi, Lizzy, Spiritualized, Pixies, JIMMY JAMES, Echo And The Bunnymen, California Club


Can reading erotica improve your sex life?

Erotica is defined as any type of art that is meant to cause sexual ideation or arousal. The main difference between erotica and pornography is that the former is seen as "art that has a sexual aspect."While there are many different misconceptions about the consumption of erotic or pornographic content, many studies on this topic prove it may not be as harmful as you think. Erotic literature can allow you to become more comfortable in your sexuality, communicate easier with your partner and may ...
Tags: Psychology, Amazon, Learning, Writing, Abc, Sex, Relationships, Love, Women, Innovation, Storytelling, Men, Victoria, Novel, Personal Growth, World Literacy Foundation


MSNBC commentator oozes enthusiasm: "That ad just oozed the message of his campaign... empathy..."

I don't have to specify that they were looking at a Biden ad. The bias in news media is so obvious that you probably think it's dumb to mention it. I know I'm just asking for reiterations of comments I've seen a thousand times: "You're just noticing?!" No, I'm not just noticing. I noticed it since at least January 1969 when my high school history teacher analyzed the NYT coverage of the Nixon inauguration.Here's the ad. It's a standard political ad, old-fashioned and conventional. The success of...
Tags: Law, Love, Advertising, Joe Biden, Biden, Msnbc, Kamala Harris, Trump, Normal, Nixon, Ann Althouse, Election Emotion, Racial Politics, emotional Althouse, I'm for Boring


"... it could increase love...."

From Trump's press conference yesterday (transcript):Speaker 2: (20:25) Mr. President, are you giving any consideration, or did you give any consideration to the governor and mayor’s request not to come to Kenosha tomorrow?President Trump: (20:35) No, because Kenosha was something we did a good job on. The governor didn’t want us there. He didn’t want the National Guard, as you know. He was very reluctant. But I give him credit because ultimately he said yes, and as soon as he said yes, the prob...
Tags: Crime, Law, Love, Protests, Wisconsin, Trump, Kenosha, Tony Evers, Ann Althouse, Trump rhetoric


No, opposites do not attract

Everyone seems to agree that opposites attract. Young and old people, happy and distressed couples, single folks and married partners – all apparently buy the classic adage about love. Relationship experts have written books based on this assumption. It's even been internalized by people who are on the hunt for a partner, with 86 percent of those looking for love saying they're seeking someone with opposite traits.The problem is that what's true of magnets is not at all true of romance. As I exp...
Tags: Family, Sex, Relationships, Love, Personality, Innovation, Mind, Young, Robert Horton, Matthew D Johnson, Neil Jacobson, Matthew Montoya, Andrew Christensen Brian Doss


In Softie, politics takes a personal toll on Boniface Mwangi – and his family

Softie is an intimate portrait of how political activism complicates family life The post In Softie, politics takes a personal toll on Boniface Mwangi – and his family appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Family, Documentary, Africa, Love, Angola, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Journalists, Openaccess, Rafael Marques de Morais, Boniface Mwangi, Top Six, Evan Mawarire, Njeri Mwangi, Softie, Unbounded (book


Black Moon Lilith Conjunct the North Node in Synastry

When Black Moon Lilith and the North Node meet in a synastry chart, the effect is intoxicating and immersive. Whether the aspect is a trine, opposition, or anything in between, you will feel strongly as if your relationship is fated. … Read More...
Tags: Love, Astrology, Synastry, Black-moon-lilith


"As I was riding through here, through the city, I noticed a lot of damage. It doesn’t reflect my son or my family."

"If Jacob knew what was going on as far as that goes, the violence and the destruction, he would be very unpleased. So, I really asking and encouraging everyone in Wisconsin and abroad to take a moment and examine your hearts. Citizens, police officers, fireman, clergy, politicians, do Jacob justice on this level and examine your hearts. We need healing. As I pray for my son’s healing physically, emotionally, and spiritually, I also have been praying even before this for the healing of our count...
Tags: Law, Love, Religion, America, United States, Wisconsin, Prayer, Jacob, Race Consciousness, Ann Althouse, Julia Jackson, Jacob Blake


The FEEL First Pledge: A Commitment to Communication & Relationship Building

How you FEEL determines how you communicate. It doesn’t take a scientific study to know this or to watch your emotions play out on social media. Think about how your feelings translate into actions, reactions and the words that come out of your mouth (or the words in your tweets and/or your Facebook posts). If you’re an optimist, then you will communicate as such. The same goes if you’re the opposite. As a pessimist, yo...
Tags: Facebook, Leadership, Love, Public Relations, Pr, Empathy, Emotional Intelligence, Mentoring, Relationship Building, PR 2.0, Christian Larsen, FEEL Model, FEEL First Pledge, Pledge for Better Communication However


when I have said all I can say

I get tired of most People. But not cloth. Love is that. Love is the thing that keeps going. Asks for nothing in return. It is rare and not as common as it is made out to be. I think the word love is used too loosely. That is what is running through my mind this morning. With coffee. And no glasses. Suddenly I seem to be able to see without them.  The stitched spirals are rather loose and random. That's enough. I will look for some indigo cloth to cover the back edge. If I don't ha...
Tags: Crafts, Love, Large Cloth 2020, Loose Thoughts 2020


Why more couples are choosing to live apart

For many couples, moving in together signifies a big step in the relationship. Traditionally, this meant marriage, although nowadays most cohabit before getting married, or splitting up. But there is a third choice: living apart together.Not only is it surprisingly common, but living apart together is increasingly seen as a new and better way for modern couples to live. Surveys have previously suggested that around 10% of adults in Western Europe, the US, Canada, New Zealand and Australia live a...
Tags: Family, England, Marriage, Australia, Relationships, Love, Women, Britain, Innovation, Romania, Graham, Maggie, Western Europe, Michelle, Wendy, Daniel


Will Pluto Transiting My 7th House Destroy My Marriage?

I was writing for a gal who was wondering if Pluto transiting her 7th house would destroy her partnership. I don’t think this is case. I covered a few different scenarios, but this is one struck me as something I … Read More...
Tags: Marriage, Love, Pluto, Astrology, Relating, Venus-Pluto, Pluto transit 7th, House Destroy My Marriage


Check Out New Reality TV Series Debuting on FYI Network: DREAM LIFE Starring Serena DC!

Dream Life: Your sweet escape to a new reality In today’s world, an escape from reality would do us all some good. For the perfect way to escape, look no further than Serena DC’s Dream Life, premiering on FYI network on August 9.     Dream Life makes the most of Serena’s many talents and […]
Tags: Videos, Featured, Television, Celebrity, California, Life, Adventure, Love, Women, Lifestyle, Entrepreneurs, Strategy, Social Media, Seo, Marketing Strategy, Viral


Hulu's original movie "Palm Springs" is the comedy we needed this summer

Two wedding guests discover they're trapped in an infinite time loop, waking up in Palm Springs over and over and over. As the reality of their situation sets in, Nyles and Sarah decide to enjoy the repetitive awakenings. The film is perfectly timed for a world sheltering at home during a pandemic. Everyone remembers Bill Murray's hilarious time loop in the 1993 film Groundhog Day. While covering the infamous annual event in Punxsutawney, Murray comes to terms with waking up over and over again...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Entertainment, Film, Relationships, Love, Time, Innovation, Bill Murray, Hulu, Sarah, Palm Springs, Nyles, Sarah Cristin Milioti, Nyles Andy Samberg, Punxsutawney Murray