Tag Archives: gender

Gender Is A Social Disease*

Unsurprisingly, yet another Georgian man has completely failed to comprehend my point in discussing gender roles in Georgia. This is unsurprising for two reasons: 1. My opinion about gender threatens the system that benefits Georgian men at the expense of … Continue reading

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Sex in Georgia: The Anniversary

One year ago today, I published a blog post called “Sex in Georgia.” The ensuing shitstorm changed my life (mostly for the better). Let this post be considered a retrospective, a reevaluation, an update. Things change, things stay the same. … Continue reading

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Gender in Georgia

I had something of a revelation today. I was reading a blog that talked about this blog – specifically about my sex and gender related posts – and the author had this to say: There is a TLG (Teach and … Continue reading

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My attempt to be somewhat more informative

I thought I’d just sort of free-write a list of things about Georgia that I have observed that one who doesn’t live here might not know. First and foremost, people in Georgia often want to relax and have a good … Continue reading

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