Month: October 2017

Fire Pit | Baltimore

I’ve been really slacking on the personal posts lately. I find that I haven’t been taking my camera around with me much, as of late. My weekends have been fun but crazy. 17 September, I saw Inquisition play at the Orpheum. I ended up getting a little more drunk than I wanted and wish I had been more present for the show; according to my insanely sore neck the following day I had a blast! Then I caught Venom, Inc at the end of the month.

The following weekend, Eli and Chloe threw birthday parties for Adam and Jenn, who’s birthdays were a week apart. They did a fire pit in the backyard and burned most of the debris from the hurricane. It was a fuckload of fun.

The first week of October, I was forced to use the rest of my vacation time; I took a trip up north to Baltimore to visit some friends. Checked out a dark wave/goth night, drank, and mostly relaxed. Unfortunately, I missed Stephen’s birthday, but I didn’t want to risk spending my time off cooped up in my apartment.

I went to see Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter this past Friday with Stephen, and then crashed a house party afterwards. I’m still recovering from those shenanigans! This coming weekend, Stephen and I are going to see Demons play at Tampa Theatre, part of the birthday present I got him. Afterwards, his band is playing at a storage unit in Tampa. Should be another insane weekend!


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Beasts of Prey: The Hard Truth About Men | The Power of the Blonde: Cracking Down on Men’s Control

Beasts of Prey asserts that men cannot be bound in lengthy relationships for good without crossing the line from time to time. The writer refers to well established theories, social, and biological research on men’s hormonal and psychological structures to show how men’s inclination to have sex with multiple women outside their bonds is at the heart of the matter. Beasts of Prey delves into the basics of males’ cheating habits, tactics and schemes, and their sexual, social and cultural monopoly in the world. Following history of relationships from ancient times to the Internet revolution of our postmodern generation, Beasts of Prey exposes the stereotypes that lurk beneath the surface of male manipulated societies and their cultural taboos. 

The Power of the Blonde continues the philosophical journey into the “sexist wiring” of men’s minds and their sexual, social, and cultural monopoly in the world following history of relationships, female sexuality, and women’s liberation. Tracing back to the origins of some notorious stereotypes, such as the Dumb Blonde, the writer debunks some myths about the “weaker sex,” and lays bare the truth behind the chivalrous acts of womanizers such as Casanova and Don Juan. Exposing the misleading tactics of male cheaters and their cover-up ploys, the writer takes on some persistent double standards and challenges “sexual vices” such as promiscuity, prostitution, and masturbation. From sexual discrimination toward total emancipation of women’s bodies and women’s minds, The Power of the Blonde explores the variations in female’s body image from ancient times to our postmodern generation, empowering women to break free and win in today’s world.

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