Last week we put out a call for letters from our readers. Here’s our first installment. If you’re interested in submitting a letter to Savage Minds, please keep the following guidelines in mind: letters are to be no longer than 250 words...Show More Summary
by Dan Savage 1/Wow hack pundits will thunder clichés RE “urban elites,” “identity politics,” & Salt of the Earth “middle Americans” ‘til the end of days.— Jody Rosen (@jodyrosen) November 21, 2016 2/Never mind Trump/Kushner/Bannon/Guiliani/all...Show More Summary
Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Cthulhu, Great Old One and Special Collections Librarian at Brown University. When the puny mortals at Savage Minds invited me to review the latest work by Donna Haraway I was perplexed. After I had devoured the sanity of their pathetic messenger, I turned the book over in my tentacles. Show More Summary
We here at Savage Minds want to hear from you, our readers. To further this goal we are creating a new “Reader Letters” feature and we encourage you to share your thoughts, reactions, and reflections with us. Please keep the following guidelines: letters are to be no longer than 250 words and should address issues … Continue reading Now accepting reader letters ?
by Dan Savage The second weekend of HUMP! 2016 kicks off at OTB tonight. The 8 PM screening is sold out, but tickets are available for 6 PM and 10 PM screenings. Join me! We'll have a little cry before the screening, and then watch some amazing porn... while that's still legal. Tickets and info here. [ Comment on this story ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]
Sure, Alec Baldwin’s Donald Trump is so mimetic that he’s drowned out the actual candidate in our minds, and sure, Kate McKinnon’s Hillary Clinton is a “savage yet sympathetic portrait of political thirst,” but the best SNL moments came on the edges of the election.
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by Dan Savage Always nice to hear back from the original LW... I've been giving your advice a lot of thought over the last week and it has already been fruitful. I think the two fold solution of just spending more time by myself away from the computer, along with more intentionally pursing non-PIV time with my wife is going to be a long term help. Show More Summary
This post is an introduction to the November Guest Blogging Effort by Members of the American Anthropological Association Archaeology Division Executive Board. We are looking forward to having engaged dialog with Savage Minds readers...Show More Summary
Hello everyone! Last week I started an internship here at Savage Minds for managing SM’s social media accounts. This post is just a self-introduction and a little blurb about what I’ll do here. So, ‘hi, my pleasure!’ My name is Caio Coelho (yes, my last name means ‘bunny’), I’m a visual anthropologist from Brazil (Porto … Continue reading New Social Media Intern ?
Louis Lionheart was just preaching along, minding his own business, hanging out with a small crowd in California. That’s when the two savagely rude, good for nothing Muslim women physically
Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Angelique Haugerud. “America is a shining example of how to hold a free and fair election, right?” asks Bassem Youssef, a comedian and former heart surgeon who is often referred to as “the Egyptian Jon Stewart.” Astute answers to that question about the condition of U.S. Show More Summary
by Dan Savage JOE NEWTON I'm 64 years young, a musician, chubby, full head of hair, no Viagra needed, no alcohol, I don't mind if you drink, smoker, yes I am. I am also faithful, loyal, and single for five years. No health issues, nada, zero, zilch. Show More Summary
As anthropologists in the U.S. prepare for the barrage of racist costumes at the end of October, we here at Savage Minds offer you some readings for the week! In a hearing world, sign language confronts the linguistic conventions that dominate “bodily expressiveness”. Show More Summary
[Savage Minds welcomes guest bloggers Daniel M. Goldstein and Raúl Rodriguez Arancibia] In the Andes last summer, while traveling to visit family and friends prior to beginning his studies in anthropology at Rutgers University, RaúlShow More Summary
There is turmoil across the nation. The time is now to use our voices to insist on change. Unfortunately, people with closed minds label us racists because we want our black men, women and children not to be gunned down like savages. Although slavery was technically abolished more than a century ago, let me remind […]
by Dan Savage We should keep in mind that hacks of emails are just the beginning. 1/x — Christopher Hayes (@chrislhayes) September 15, 2016 Right now a lot people say things like: "don't put in an email anything you don't want published...Show More Summary
Savage Minds welcomes guest blogger Rachel C. Fleming In my first introductory anthropology class of the year, I spoke a bit about the figures I consider “founding” to cultural anthropology, and asked if anyone had heard of them. Franz...Show More Summary
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS: SEPTEMBER 10, 2016. We’re hiring! Are anthropology blogs and news part of your daily intake of internet media? Are you Twitter/Facebook/Instagram savvy? Then we’re looking for you! Savage Minds is currently looking for a Social Media Intern. Show More Summary
How does one get to the point in their mind where they truly believe they are ‘called on’ by a divine source, to end the lives of people that do