The Kids Are Not All Right

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A scruffy man, tanned and good-looking, dressed in an old leather jacket and snug jeans, is on a motorcycle zipping through a neighborhood near you. He’s a restaurateur into “local” everything, a man whose produce vendor is one among many sexy women who want to hook up with him. He was also, years ago, a sperm donor who, unbeknownst to him, achieved reproductive success… . Continue Reading »

The Bad Divorce

From the February 2005 Print Edition

We’re Still Family: What Grown Children Have to Say About Their Parents’ Divorce By Constance Ahrons HarperCollins 304 pp. $24.95. It is often said that those who are concerned about the social and personal effects of divorce are nostalgic for the 1950s, yearning for a mythical time when . . . . Continue Reading »