The women who write about their CDD experiences online are not complaining. Many of them report feeling extremely calm and relaxed after being disciplined, and believe it is an expression of their husband caring about them enough to help them modify their behaviour.
Please share your least favorite Internet catchphrases -- you know, terms like "amazeballs." Or the dreaded, godforsaken "selfie."
how not to be a dick
For an introvert, the only thing worse than the anxiety of dealing with people when we don't want to is the anxiety of wondering if our friends are going to get all butthurt about it.
Misandry exists only as an exaggerated Internet joke, and as a way in which women who have been directly or indirectly hurt by men to express their frustration and anger.
hate reads
Or why I don't believe you when you say you don't hate-read. Come on -- we all do it, don't we? (You might even do it here.)
Jane told it to me once, so it has to be true. Okay then.

Oct 26, 2012 at 11:00am | 336 comments

guilty pleasure
Skinny women are more often thought of as mean, controlling and superficial, while fat women are seen as lazy, sloppy and slow.
Most of you know how I feel about Pinterest. I don’t know how many of you follow my “I don’t believe you board,” but there have been some doozies.

Mar 18, 2013 at 1:00pm | 186 comments

online dating
I'm talking about women's web sites tonight with some women's web site-ers. What should I say?
Or how to make yourself sound absolutely awesome online.
It feels great waiting in line at the post office with an armful of these anonymous looking packages addressed to Clive, Eric or Kevin.
I mean, not ALL the time. But sometimes it just seems like the lesser effort to scroll through a bunch of strangers' thoughts on Downton Abbey than to actually get naked with someone.
casual sex
When I was a college student, I used an email that was traceable enough that I was blackmailed by a guy who threatened to put posters all over my campus with my picture and saying what a SLUT I WAS if I didn't meet him!
Have you ever said something sort of dumb and immature on the internet?

Jul 12, 2012 at 2:30pm | 91 comments

Aw, remember LiveJournal? I still go back to check on old friends, though it feels like visiting a ghost town (and confronting unpleasant former versions of myself can be ... unpleasant).
Some modern couples are allowing each other to have online flings, flirtations, and sexytimes despite being in a committed relationship. That's cool, but I wouldn't be able to pull it off.
the daily dot
I saw the tweet last Sunday, while I was scrolling through my timeline right after I got out of the shower. I immediately screamed “WHAT" and sat on the bed in a towel for a good hour.