V.22 No.21 |
The Daily Word in the sewer baby, a successful Crackstarter campaign and an exploding house
By Geoffrey Plant [ Tue May 28 2013 9:58 AM ]
New Mexico is spending two million dollars to attract Chicagoan tourists.
Everyone had a great time on the Butte this past weekend.
Sometimes kids eat their parents' medical marijuana.
Santa Fean Charles Kokesh was already in some trouble, but now he is also accused of trying to trade ivory for money and guns.
A house BLEW UP in Rio Rancho on Memorial Day.
A newborn baby was rescued from a sewer pipe in China.
Toronto Mayor Rob Ford remains grossly unpopular, is losing staff and still denying that a video purporting to picture him on the pipe exists. Meanwhile, Gawker's "Crackstarter" campaign has reached it's $200,000 goal, the price of the Rob Ford/crack video.
The Mayor of Osaka said something offensive again.
The new DSM is out and hoarding is now officially an illness.
Want to avoid crowds? Don't climb Mount Everest right now.
Impressive, thick fog in Sydney, Australia.
V.19 No.7 |
Kinky is (Officially) Not a Diagnosis
The DSM Revision
By Julian Wolf [ Thu Feb 18 2010 5:10 PM ]
Getting an update in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) is a big deal, particularly when it's the type of update that officially means that what you do is no longer considered medically problematic. This happened in the 70s in regard to homosexuality, and earlier this month it's happened for kinky people.
Here's the article from the Center for Sex and Culture and here is the National Coalition for Sexual Freedom's release. Another victory for personal freedom? Something to celebrate.
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