Jan 8, 2015 clarity commented on SL Letter of the Day: Pro-Love, Pro-Human, Pro-Reality.
Of course it's easier to realize most kinks than it is to find love! You can pay someone to act out a kink or find someone who is perfectly fine in bed as long as they don't try to engage in meaningful conversation; but finding a life companion is much more difficult!
Dec 16, 2014 clarity commented on SL Letter of the Day: Settle or Divorce?.
I agree EricaP, it's weird that the husband's response to this sexless marriage is not addressed. Did they used to have a great sex life before they were so close? Is it possible that he thinks this is just a temporary phase that's going to pass? I think it's critically important to know what his needs are and if they are being met.
Nov 30, 2014 clarity commented on I, Anonymous.

Collective bargaining for holiday pay and time off is more effective than blaming shoppers.
Nov 23, 2014 clarity commented on SL Letter of the Day: Profile & Courage.
I think the profile is great except for the injured arm photo that reads make-shirt not makeshift, also I loved the first photo you shared!

Nov 19, 2014 clarity commented on Christian Sex Toy Store or Missing Spice Girl?.
But Dan, I thought Christmas wasn't sexy! Can the candy cane really be used with your blessings?
Apr 13, 2011 clarity commented on I, Anonymous.
So let me get this straight I anon, if I come into your restaurant and my service is slow all I need to do is say this to you and the waiter serving me will fix this immediately or give me free shit? Slow service is not something I have ever complained about in the past. A wrong order I would definitely speak up about because it is fixable but slow service? Slow service is the sign of either a poorly managed kitchen or a poorly trained waiter. In my experience neither of these things are immediately fixable and calling a restaurant on it is not likely to result in a pleasant exchange.
Jan 19, 2011 clarity commented on SL Letter of the Day: Peace On The Side.
Wait a minute Dan! She is not the one in a committed relationship and I don't think she needs to check the validity of a potential partners's reasons for cheating. If I know someone is in a relationship and hook up with them anyhow without checking with their partner to ensure that the relationship is truly open it's not my bad and I am not a cheating POS. I'm not in a relationship, my potential partner is and maybe their partner deserves it for refusing sex, maybe they are ggg and don't deserve it but regardless it is not my place to investigate the state of their relationship in order to avoid being a CPOS. Why would I owe it to their partner? I'm not in a relationship with that person?
Maybe his wife is the type who only had sex because she wanted to get pregnant and now isn't interested. Based on the letter we can't tell so why is it her responsibility to figure out his reasoning? Or are you now really saying that in order to avoid being a CPOS a person must investigate their partner's relationship or shoulder the responsibility of breaking up the relationship?
Nov 13, 2010 clarity commented on Fuck Cindy McCain.
I do hope you'll leave this one out of the it gets better project Dan! There is no room for hypocrisy in hope.
Oct 21, 2010 clarity commented on It Gets Better: Barack Obama.
@72 check the Whitehouse.gov site

Obama does provide resources: The Trevor Project, BullyingInfo.org, It Gets Better Project, Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), Matthew Shepard Foundation, and Parents, Families and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG).

A White House page devoted to encouraging gay teens? It's progress.
Oct 21, 2010 clarity commented on It Gets Better: Barack Obama.
I'm thrilled that Obama took this step! It is a big deal for the president to address LGBT teen suicide. He's paying attention and I applaud that.

Yes, there is more he could be doing like dropping the bipartisanship attempts and pushing through policies but if he does rest assured that the next Republican in office will simply overthrow the changes he made. Yes, I want change and I want it now but things are at least getting better.