- Leaving on a Jet Plane, new jack swing shuffle version
- A song by Coldplay with the lyric: I’m Pushing you Down
- Angel of Harlem
- Hotel California
- Non-alt-country song that starts: “There’s a plane comin’ in from Dallas”
- ””“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“”“: ”Another airplane, I don’t know where you are, I want to come home”
- World Music with big drums
- Fly Like an Eagle, Steve Miller Band version
- Country Roads
- Fast Car
Hang up, go to beach.
The prestige of Don Juan, which three centuries has not erased. Underneath the great violator of the rules of marriage—stealer of wives, seducer of virgins, the shame of families, and an insult to husbands and fathers—another personage can be glimpsed: the individual driven, in spite of himself, by the somber madness of sex. Underneath the libertine, the pervert. We shall leave it to psychoanalysts to speculate whether he was homosexual, narcissistic, or impotent.
Foucault, from The History of Sexuality vol. 1
“Nick Rutan, 28, of Buena Park, has had a different experience, but knows not all companies are open to LGBT employees. Rutan works in sales for Groupon and says his coworkers there are young, the enviroment is casual and “no one really gives a [bleep] if you are gay or not.”
You: Wanted to help me up a ramp. When another guy started helping me you said something cute and it made me smile, which was nice because I was in a grumpy mood.
Me: Girl in wheelchair, obviously.
When: Fri, 8.5
You: Man. Me: Woman.
The majority of the military’s sexual-assault victims are under twenty-five and come from the bottom of the enlisted ranks. They are new to military life, devoid of power, and susceptible to intimidation. Restricted reporting does little to help them. Sergeant Rebekah Havrilla, whose rape during a deployment to Afghanistan was photographed by her attacker, filed a restricted report. When she later sought help from a military chaplain, one of the few confidants she was permitted, he told her that the assault “must have been God’s will.”