Love, Sex, and Psychology
By Anna Petrashen
June 7th, 2007.
“Love ain’t nothing but sex misspelled” said Harlan Ellison , but in order to truly understand the gravity of this statement, we must explore the conventional differences between love and sex. According to author Mary Pipher, a clinical psychologist and a clinical professor at the University of Nebraska, “Girls in our culture are caught in the crossfire of our culture’s mixed sexual messages. Sex is concidered both a sacred act between two people united by God and the best way to sell sun tan lotion.” Through surveying high school students and young
finaly some new work up, and i think im motivated enough to actually keep this updated this year since we are going to be taking slides of our work for AP studio anyways.
my SLR broke, chances are, it was karma for my still using it even though my ex gave it to me, so if anyone knows a good deal on a non-digital SLR, i wouldnt mind some tips..
i quit my job because i am addicted to art (that and the explosively controlling nature of my step father). hopefuly this means i will further ignore my school work and instead lock myself in the studio room and CREATE, or as my teacher likes to say PRODUCE, which makes me think of fruit...and