Monthly Archives: July 2009

Mary Wells’s Sneak Peek at the Home of the 2010 Winter Games

The Winter Olympics in Vancouver-Whistler will rock next year … but no need to wait for a glimpse at the Olympic grounds

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The ‘Takeover’ of Mary Wells’s French Sea Step

I have never felt I owned anything but I am not asked for anything except money or the use of a house. There has been only one thing I have resented — but it wasn’t lending, it was being taken over. I had a little port at my house in France. It was a postage […]

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Mary Wells, Mind Reader

My friends are all doers and we talk about what we are doing or what others are doing. The only girly social talk I have known is in London where everything ends up one way or another about the queen. In New York there is very little time for intellectual or spiritual or sexual or […]

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Mary Wells’s Sea Lessons

I grew up in Ohio and was stunned when I was ten and first saw the sea. I didn’t know enough geography to know any of the seas and oceans existed.  That first view gave me an idea about living and I am only happy living close to water. But not sand. Sand has more […]

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The Love Goddess: ‘Are You Still Sexually Active?’

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Editor’s Note: Who is the wisest of them all? Who is more dedicated to your pleasure than anyone on earth? Who can help you when you’re going online for the first time to find love; or when your lover’s children hate you; or when you want to strangle your husband? Why, the Love Goddess, of […]

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Who Is (Not) Passing the Buck on Gay Rights? by Brenda Feigen

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From Prop 8 to DOMA and Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Brenda Feigen makes sense of the latest in the ever-changing legalities of the gay/lesbian world.

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