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Many may think of death as something people experience once, but one project explores the death that can happen daily.
Moms hit the bricks this weekend, descending on Athens to drink, relive their glory days and walk for a cause during Ohio University’s annual Moms Weekend.
BedPost, I have a problem. My girlfriend and I have been dating for about three months, and while I really do like her, she is a stage-five clinger. I tell her where I’m going to be and she just shows up without an invite. I do like having her around, but she has nothing in common with my friends and honestly, I just need my space once in a while. I just want her to get some hobbies or some friends, but she’s basically dropped everything for me without me asking her to do it and isn’t interested in anything she used to be anymore. How do I tell her this without losing her altogether?
With discussions of both the constitutionality of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and Proposition 8 in the Supreme Court, it may seem that most stand in solidarity with a side of the argument, but to some, the issue of marriage equality is not so simple.
Despite much cooler temperatures, women took to the streets holding signs, screaming chants, holding hands and supporting a cause not only affecting local women, but also those around the world.
Activist and author Erin Merryn gave the keynote speech in the Walter Hall Rotunda Wednesday as part of Take Back the Night.
Ohio University might have a reputation for being haunted, but Tuesday evening the campus was visited by a new set of ghouls.
It’s difficult enough introducing a significant other to family, but for one family, it’s downright gruesome.
My boyfriend and I have been dating for a while and some things were getting vanilla in the sack there for a while. Since expressing this realization to each other, we’ve been getting adventurous. Lately, he’s been dirty talking to me a lot which is fine, but he calls me a lot of demeaning names and I think it’s just in the throes of passion, but sometimes I don’t wanna be called a ‘nasty slut,’ I just want to have sex. And also, it’s a little creepy and hurtful. How do I tell him not to go that far without putting out the flame all together?
Women may be the voices at the forefront of the fight against sexual assault, but men are also getting a chance to join the movement.
With nearly 30 percent of Athens County residents living below the poverty line, the challenges facing Athens’ impoverished are often lamented. Poverty brings with it political, social and sociological problems — but it also brings those looking to help.
As the Supreme Court started its discussions on Proposition 8 and the Defense of Marriage Act, students at Ohio University participated in a discussion of their own about the “hidden voice” of LGBTA individuals.
I’ve been seeing this guy who I really like. The problem is, I graduate in May and he’s here for another two years. I’m starting to develop strong feelings for him and I suspect the same is true about his feelings for me. We’re definitely withholding the depth of our feelings for one another. We both just want to enjoy what little time we have left with each other. My feelings keep nagging at me and I want to talk about it openly with him, but I’m afraid that will just ruin what we have right now. What should I do?
When discussing what faces the LGBT community in America, many do not take into account the effects on those individuals of non-Western religions.
With each label comes its own slew of stereotypes, and for some, donning multiple labels means dealing with multiple stigmas.
Zach Wahls grew up in a normal family. He played football, cut himself shaving and just so happened to have a YouTube video of himself defending his two mothers’ marriage in the Iowa state legislature, generating almost 20 million hits.
From bra-burning protestors to Rosie the Riveter, the term “feminism” generally brings a woman to mind.
Aside from the annual fest that took over Mill Street this past weekend, there was another traditional celebration on campus with a more nostalgic feel.
I am “talking” to a wonderful guy. We’ve hung out a few times, and recently he’s tried to take things to a more sexual place. He hasn’t tried anything, but he wants to sext and honestly, I can’t even talk about sex without blushing. How do I get comfortable talking about sex?