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- Steven Moffat: how fans saved the Doctor Who finale
- Star Wars and Doctor Who fans clash at Norwich convention
- Star Wars Filibuster—Patton Oswalt's 8-minute take from Parks & Recreation animated
- Here Is a Lobster that Looks Like Darth Maul
- Isaac Asimov - The Last Question
- How Critics Handled Star Trek's Bad-Guy Secret
- Benedict Cumberbatch: Shirtless Shower Scene for 'Star Trek'!—He looked bigger than he did in Sherlock, but I had no idea how much he's beefed up.
- The technology that links taxonomy and Star Trek
- The real Star Man: David Bowie champions Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield's 'Space Oddity' cover—First music video shot in space.
- Bright explosion on moon visible from Earth, NASA says
- Blast from the Past (no pun intended): Once Upon a Time, the Universe Was Really Weird
Science Under Siege
- Radio host Papantonio: Anti-intellectualism 'has become almost epidemic in America'
- Congress tries to reset science grants, wants every one to be "groundbreaking"—"If lawmakers get their way, research like recent Higgs findings could disappear."
- Republican Congressman Introduces Bill To Require Political Approval Of Scientific Papers
- Republicans Attack Science To Advance Religion and Oil Industry Profits
- Corporations are manufacturing uncertainty about scientific findings. Now scientists are fighting back
- Why is Our Government Attacking Science?
- Obama: Science funding shouldn't be 'subject to politics'
- Portland, Ore., rejecting water fluoridation
- From global warming to fluoride: Why do people deny science?—"The potent combination of our powerful intelligence with our massive reality denial has led to a dangerous world." Salon
- Why is Science Behind a Paywall?—"Scientists' work follows a consistent pattern. They apply for grants, perform their research, and publish the results in a journal. The process is so routine it almost seems inevitable. But what if it's not the best way to do science?"
- Ridiculous Fox News Claim of the Day: Reason Caused the Holocaust
- On the Flipside: England's libel laws reformed in a victory for science campaigners—"Concerns remain over 'chilling effect' of potential legal costs on defendants."
- Muzzling Science in Canada: How Tories Control The Message
- Canada Sells Out Science—John MacDougal, Presidient of the National Research Council, decrees, "Scientific discovery is not valuable unless it has commercial value."
- The Canadian War on Science: A long, unexaggerated, devastating chronological indictment
- Tesla Museum Saved
- A New Way to Promote Science?—"Members of Congress have suggested that the President should be able to pick a US Science Laureate."
- Science in schools—"The US National Center for Science Education teaches researchers how to fight for their cause."
- Egypt: Promoting science, promoting democracy
- Saudi Arabia maps genome and educational future
- xkcd: Misconceptions
- 10 Misconceptions Debunked
- Because I Said So! The Truth Behind the Myths, Tales, and Warnings Every Generation Passes Down to Its Kids
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- $40 for a Case of Bottled Water? 'Preying' on Oklahoma Tornado Victims
- Beware of fraud after Oklahoma tornadoes, feds warn
- Oklahoma Senate Votes To Defund Planned Parenthood Two Days After Tornado
- "The Jester" trolls Westboro Baptist Church with hilarious hack
- Alex Jones Explains How Government "Weather Weapon" Could Have Been Behind Oklahoma Tornado
- Gov't obtains wide AP phone records in probe—"The Justice Department secretly obtained two months of telephone records of reporters and editors for The Associated Press in what the news cooperative's top executive called a 'massive and unprecedented intrusion' into how news organizations gather the news."
- Here's Why the Government Went Ballistic Over the AP Leak
- Obama DOJ formally accuses journalist in leak case of committing crimes—"Yet another serious escalation of the Obama administration's attacks on press freedoms emerges."
- Obama's media shield law makes prosecuting journalists even easier
- Are Justice Department leak probes causing a chill?
- The New Yorker: Strongbox—"A new way to share information with The New Yorker's writers and editors, designed to provide a greater degree of anonymity and security than conventional email."
- UK: Police to be forced to declare friendships with journalists
- AP Probe: Our Government is Becoming Less Transparent Than Ever, But We Can Fix It
- Most Transparent Administration in History Releases Completely Redacted Document About Text Snooping—Morbidly funny.
- Blast from the Past: Judge rules FBI can't keep Cheney interview buried
News you the lose
- ABC News And CBS News Officially Normalize Fabricated Reporting—ABC's Jonathan Karl stands by the lies he was fed.
- Jon Stewart destroys what's left of Peggy Noonan's credibility
- Fox and Furious Friends Wanted DOJ to Prosecute the New York Times—"Throughout the tenure of George W. Bush, many of us to the left of center warned that unchecked presidential power was putting Americans' civil liberties in jeopardy."
- 'We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikiLeaks': movie review
- Supreme Court of Iceland rules firm must process donations for WikiLeaks—"Assange warns other companies involved in so-called blockade: 'you're next.'"
- WikiLeaks Donations Down to a Trickle
- Poll: Obama at 53 percent approval after week of controversies
- Meanwhile, The GOP's Favorability Ratings Have Tanked To Their Lowest Point Ever—Unless something major happens, they're safely gerrymandered away.
- President Obama’s Burgeoning Scandals—Benghazi, IRS, and AP’s Telephone Logs—Are All Smoke and No Fire
- IRS Official Lois Lerner Will Plead The 5th Amendment—And gets kicked off the job.
- Profiling Is Great ... Except When You Do It to Me—"Will the IRS's scrutiny of Tea Party groups convince conservatives that all kinds of profiling are wrong?"
- Scandal Within A Scandal: IRS Misconduct Unfolded In Murky World Of Election Spending
- This Is Important. Give It a Read—"[I]f you care about the integrity of elections and people actually being able to vote, the supposed cures for vote fraud are vastly more destructive than the problem."
- Ohio GOP: Oops on bill to curb student voting
- Against the odds: Could Democrats regain the House?—"Could Democrats regain the House in 2014? History says no, but DCCC chairman Steve Israel says it's possible — if the economy improves and the GOP ignores the lessons of 1998. Oh, and Obamacare goes well, too."
- The Bush Tax Cuts Didn't Work
- Bernanke to Congress: Seriously, guys, what are you doing?—"Ben Bernanke testifies before Congress today for the first time in three months, and the Federal Reserve chairman has a message for lawmakers: You're the reason the economy isn't taking off more."
- I-5 bridge collapses over Skagit River; possibly triggered by truck—"Washington state was given a C in the American Society of Civil Engineers' 2013 infrastructure report card and a C- when it came to the state's bridges. The group said more than a quarter of Washington's 7,840 bridges are considered structurally deficient of functionally obsolete."
- Obstruction will ruin GOP Salon
- Hatred of Obama could lead to GOP overreach
- Reid To McConnell: Yes, You Are Abusing The Filibuster
- McCain Responds To 'Nuclear Threat,' Criticizes Tea Party Senators
- Lock Up Washington—"So where are we today in Washington? What will people hundreds of years from now think of our national governance with all its blaming, nastiness and negativity? It looks as if our country is being run by thugs and liars motivated by revenge and pettiness beyond description."
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- Keep dreaming, cord cutters: Time Warner chief says no streaming-only option for HBO GO
- Top cable lobbyist: No 'a la carte' needed, cable companies already provide 'unparalleled choice'
- ABC Declares War on Cord Cutters with Live TV App — Delayed Streaming to Follow
- Time Warner Cable eyes Aereo-like service as way to ditch expensive bundles
- John McCain Introduces Cable A La Carte Legislation To Stop Bundling & Broadcasters Moving To Pay TV
- Netflix, Reed Hastings Survive Missteps to Join Silicon Valley's Elite
- Netflix's Ted Sarandos talks Arrested Development, 4K and reviving old shows—"[W]hen we launch in a territory the Bittorrent traffic drops as the Netflix traffic grows." Amazing how offering a product at an affordable rate works.
- AOL vs. Netflix: The Entire Internet In One Simple Chart
- Warner Bros., MGM, Universal Collectively Pull Nearly 2,000 Films From Netflix To Further Fragment The Online Movie Market—"You may recall that Warner recently launched this archive, which is an incredibly overpriced and ridiculously limited offering."
- Netflix Canada Could Be Bundled With Cable TV; Competition Could Soon Be On The Scene
Trouble with Telcos
- Telecoms' monopoly holding back U.S. innovation—"A law school professor is on a permanent campaign to argue that the telecom and cable industry has been overtaken by monopolists who resist innovation and overcharge consumers." NYT
- New FCC chairman is "former lobbyist for cable and wireless industries"
- Outgoing FCC chair says Verizon, AT&T duopoly would be a 'very bad thing'
- America's Carriers Are Terrible. It's Probably Your Fault.
- Dumb Attorney General Gets T-Mobile Plans Wrong
- A Ruling Could Support F.C.C.'s Net Neutrality Defense
- AT&T Continues To Mock The Concept Of Net Neutrality; This Time With Google Hangouts Block—They said sometime later that they will roll out the service.
- Deutsche Telekom Dumps Net Neutrality; Will Limit Bandwidth For Competing Video & Voice Products
- American ISPs are now hated even more than airlines—This just gives Google Fiber a better chance of succeeding.
- US moves to free up spectrum for passengers
- Legislation would provide subsidies for low-income broadband access
- Japanese provider launches 'world's fastest home broadband'—"So-net - the Sony-backed provider - is now offering Fibre-to-the-Premises (FTTP) broadband deals with headline speeds of 2Gb."
- Vermont telephone company offering $35-per-month gigabit internet service
- The Genius Of Google Fiber
- That Was Fast: Google Fiber Puts More Pressure on the Cable Guys
- The force of Fiber: Google Fiber is pressuring rivals to up their game
- Google Fiber spreads again, confirmed for Gladstone, MO
- Time Warner Cable in Austin sees new Google Fiber, raises with free Wi-Fi?—"Austin tech journo says TWC offer is laughable: 'It won't even make me pause.'"
- CenturyLink Whines About Google Fiber in Utah—"Uses sleazy tactics for a decade, cries about fairness."
- Good news for Google Fiber: Broadcast TV audiences are cratering faster than ever
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- Last rhinos in Mozambique killed by poachers—"The last known rhinoceroses in Mozambique have been wiped out by poachers apparently working in cahoots with the game rangers responsible for protecting them, it has emerged."
- There's a country that will pay $300,000 per rhino horn to cure cancer and hangovers, and it's wiping out rhinos
- Elephant 'tramples to death suspected poacher'
- Gabon steps in to help protect elephants from ivory poaching at Central African Republic site
- China is plundering the planet's seas—and it's doing it 12.5 times more than it's telling anybody
- 'Victory for bees' as European Union bans neonicotinoid pesticides blamed for destroying bee population
- DiCaprio's Movie Pals Aid Tiger in $39 Million Auction
- Indonesia's tropical forests set to benefit from further clearing ban—"Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono expected to sign extended deal to help restore habitat of tigers and orangutans." Related: Can Ecotourism Save Indonesia's Disappearing Forests?
- Study links insecticide use to invertebrate die-offs—"Dutch research reveals correlation between water polluted with imidacloprid and low numbers of aquatic insects."
- Lion tacos spark outrage in Florida but will remain on menu—" Serving lion meat is legal in the US because lions are 'threatened,' but not 'endangered.'"
- Don't cry climate-change wolf—"For now, blaming the Moore, Okla., tornado on global warming is bad science and bad politics." Salon
- Oklahoma Senators Jim Inhofe, Tom Coburn, Face Difficult Options On Disaster Relief—Inhofe claims it's "totally different." (Maybe because it happened in his state.)
- Tornado had winds over 200 mph
- How could so many have survived Okla. monster tornado?—Bill Nye says that "it's going to happen again."
- Wolf Blitzer Asks Tornado Survivor If She Thanked the Lord; Tells Him She's an Atheist
- Alaskan villages try "climigration" in the face of climate change
- Belief in biblical end-times stifling climate change action in U.S.: study
- Zombie climate sceptic theories survive only in newspapers and on TV
- Tribes vow to fight-to-the-death to save Amazon rainforest
- Peru spares Amazon rainforest from oil and gas push
- DENR's new mission takes wrong course—"DENR, prior to Gov. Pat McCrory, had a straightforward mission to conserve and protect North Carolina's natural resources. When McCrory became governor, the DENR revised its mission statement to fundamentally change its role."
- The GOP Walkout on Obama's EPA Pick Shows Senate Is as Polluted as Earth
- Carbon dioxide passes symbolic mark—"Daily measurements of CO2 at a US government agency lab on Hawaii have topped 400 parts per million for the first time."
- China agrees to impose carbon targets by 2016
- Texas to take BP and Halliburton to court—"Texas, alleges the companies and others 'engaged in wilful and wanton misconduct' in the 2010 Deep Horizon oil spill."
- AR to Residents Sick From Exxon Oil Spill: You're On Your Own
- A Black Mound of Canadian Oil Waste Is Rising Over Detroit—"Refining Canada’s petroleum-soaked oil sands produces petroleum coke, and the question of what to do with it has found at least one answer in Detroit, where a large coke pile covers an entire city block."
- Greenpeace blames Coke for Channel 9 'choke'
- China wrestles with stubborn air polluters
- 19-Year-Old Develops Ocean Cleanup Array That Could Remove 7,250,000 Tons Of Plastic From the World's Oceans
- Amy Meyer's Ag-Gag Charges Have Been Dropped!—She was filming on public property.
- TN Governor to veto 'Ag-Gag' bill—"The governor released a statement saying his decision is based, in part, on the state attorney general’s opinion that the law would be constitutionally suspect. It also appears that it could repeal portions of Tennessee’s Shield Law, which protects news reporters from incursions by law enforcement."
- Opinion: The terrible price of ag-gag laws—"Rather than shutting observers out of slaughterhouses, we should open the doors even wider."
- Ag-Gag Laws Could Make America Sick
- How undercover animal rights activists are winning the Ag-Gag war
- State official pleads guilty in Butterball farm raid leak—"The state's top poultry veterinarian pleaded guilty Wednesday to tipping off officials at Butterball before a December raid on one of its turkey operations in Hoke County."
- Australia halts cattle exports to Egypt over 'cruelty'
- Rat meat sold as lamb in Shanghai, police say
- China arrests 900 in fake meat scandal—"Chinese authorities seize 20,000 tonnes of illegal meat products and detains gang passing off fox, mink and rat as mutton."
- Potato price-fixing costs consumers millions
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- Lebanese Man Impregnates His Sister, Kills Her in 'Honor Crime'
- Man goes undercover as a woman to investigate sexual harassment in Egypt
- Gruesome Attacks on Egyptian Women Spawn Helmeted, Volunteer Protectors
- Tunisia topless Femen activist arrested for 'immoral gestures'
- Women's Prison in Gaza Swells With 'Moral' Criminals
- Saudi passenger demands air hostess be removed from flight
- Police take 16 year-old girl into custody for "dressing inappropriately"
- Women banned from Iranian election
- Conservative Afghan lawmakers block legislation protecting women's rights
- Pakistan politician Zahra Shahid Hussain killed in Karachi
- Merida From 'Brave' Gets An Unnecessary Makeover, Sparks Change.org Petition—Successfully getting Disney to back down.
- Mother shuns Disney Princess ideal and dresses daughter up as five REAL heroines from history to commemorate fifth birthday
- Lego Apologizes for Cat-Calling Sticker
- UAE Rape Victim Jailed—"Gali was using her laptop in the hotel's staff bar when her drink was spiked. She awoke to a nightmare beyond belief: she had been savagely raped by three of her colleagues. Alone and frightened, she took herself to hospital. What Alicia didn't know is that under the UAE's strict sharia laws, if the perpetrator does not confess, a rape cannot be convicted without four adult Muslim male witnesses. She was charged with having illicit sex outside marriage, and thrown in a filthy jail cell for eight months."
- Japan WWII 'comfort women' were 'necessary' - Hashimoto
- Muslim Imam Claims Women Who Don't Wear Hijabs are "Asking to be Raped", Arrested for Trying to Rape Woman
- If women don't want to be raped they shouldn't drink too much, says Hong Kong official
- Focus On Women, Families Propels New York's Sen. Gillibrand—"Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand is introducing legislation with other lawmakers Thursday that would change the way the military prosecutes sexual assault cases."
Abortion and Birth Control
- Ireland: Pro-life activists threaten to slit throat of TD—"I have a number of people at the moment who are going to burn my house down with my children in it, they are going to spit at me when I walk inside my church grounds at Sunday morning at Mass."
- GOP attorney general candidate tried to force women to report miscarriages to police—"Virginia Sen. Mark Obenshain wanted to send women to jail who failed to report their miscarriages to the police." Salon
- Judge Mocks Obama Administration's Attempt To Restrict Morning After Pill As 'A Charade'
- OB-GYNs Are Confused By The Political Fight To Restrict Emergency Contraception
- No Exit: Life begins at erection
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And Justice for Some
- And Justice for Some—"Fifty years after a landmark decision to give the poor their day in court, Bill explores why they still can't afford justice -- with insight from Bryan Stevenson, Martin Clancy and Tim O'Brien."
- Some Public Defenders Warn: 'We Have Nothing Left To Cut'
- Sen. John Cornyn Surprised to Learn Judge-Blocking May Be Cause of Judge Shortages
- Police Apparently Missed Multiple Calls About Women on Dog Leashes in the Castros' Yard
- Why the Web loves Cleveland hero Charles Ramsey
- Sylvia Browne: fans lash out at 'psychic' over false Ohio abduction prediction—"'Psychic' incorrectly predicted the death of Amanda Berry in 2004 – not the first time she's been wrong about a missing person."
- San Jose: Starbucks poison suspect booked on attempted murder rap
- Ann Marie Haines poisons burritos, feeds them to husband, daughter—"Woman was upset over not being invited on car shopping trip, police say."
- Two Chinese kindergarten students die after rival school poisons yogurt
- Old poisoning case grips Chinese netizens worldwide
- Backpacker Dies After Drinking 'Poison Gin'
War on Drugs
- OAS Drug Report Envisions Growing Legalization In Western Hemisphere
- Blow Back—"Sorry, Washington. If, after 30 years, Colombia can't win the war on drugs, no one can."
- Which Drugs Actually Kill Americans—"Hint: not pot."
- Blog del Narco: Author Who Chronicled Mexico’s Drugs War Forced to Flee
- Man arrested for having big muscles
- Obama Says No To Legalizing Marijuana—"In a speech in Mexico City on Friday, President Obama shut the door on any possibility that he'll support efforts in his second term to legalize certain recreational drugs."
- Vermont decriminalizes possession of marijuana
- Congressman Tears Into AG Holder Over Marijuana: 'This Is The Time To Remedy Prohibition'
- A GOP Bill To End the War on Pot
- Oregon Senate OKs bill to allow medical pot for PTSD
- Marijuana Repeal Considered In Colorado
- Washington lawmakers quietly approve bill to re-criminalize some marijuana possession
- Federal Suit Claims Police Distort Marijuana Searches to Create Misdemeanors—"A lawsuit says that New York City police officers routinely stop black and Latino men without cause and then charge them with low-level misdemeanors when small amounts of marijuana are found." In other words, that's racist. NYT
- Wash. judge tells police to return marijuana—"The department could be found in contempt if they continue to refuse to return a small amount of marijuana seized from a man after a traffic stop."
- Police Forced to Return Over 60 Pounds of Marijuana to California Dispensaries
Law and Disorder
- Medical Marijuana-Hating Assemblyman Caught With Marijuana Gets Charges Dismissed
- Officials: Legal marijuana law jeopardizes all pot prosecutions
- Justices say marijuana possession not a deportable offense
- Woman claims she was fired for inhaling second-hand pot smoke
- Colorado appeals court OKs firing for off-duty marijuana use —"Coloradans who use medical marijuana off the clock can be fired from their jobs for doing so even if they aren't impaired on the job, an appeals court ruled Thursday in a major decision." State laws supposedly superceded by federal laws on marijuana.
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- Pope makes first big decision naming advisory board—"Pope Francis, in his first major decision, ... set up an advisory board of cardinals from around the world to help him govern the Catholic Church and reform its troubled central administration."
- Pope Francis hits out at global 'cult of money'
- Church must help the poorest, not dissect theology, pope says
Sex Abuse Scandal
- Pope Francis calls for action on clerical sex abuse—Total opposite of his predecessor espoused.
- Cardinal who covered up pedophilia says he forgives those who are mad at him—Probably has also forgiven all the little boys and girls who seduced those poor oh-so-susceptible priests.
- $3 billion and counting: the sex-abuse scandal continues
- Outrage in Spain over video game that depicts Pope Benedict XVI as pimp for pedophile cardinals
- Australia: 'Catholic mafia' covered up Hunter abuse
- Bangladesh protesters demand blasphemy law—"Hundreds of thousands of marchers call for law that would include death penalty for bloggers who insult Islam." The PM has so far rejected the notion.
- Russian MPs back harsher anti-blasphemy law—Church and State colluding to espouse censorship.
- Russian court denies punk band convict Tolokonnikova parole
- Qatar jails a Nepali teacher on charges of insulting Islam—Thankfully, he's been freed and back home in Nepal.
- Turkish pianist sentenced to jail for criticizing Islam on Twitter Salon
- Egyptian Activists: Our Religion Is None Of Your Business
- Morocco's High Council of Ulemas's Death Sentence Fatwa on Apostates Sparks Controversy
- Gaza police shaving heads of long-haired youths—"Police in Hamas-ruled Gaza have started grabbing young men with long or gel-styled spiky hair off the streets, bundling them into jeeps, mocking them and shaving their heads."
- 'Modesty police' arrests ratchet fears of radicalized Islam in Gaza
- Indonesia teens accused of blasphemy over Maroon 5 dance
- No 'Happy Easter': The Muslim Brotherhood's Bizarre Religious Intolerance
- They're taking our children—'West Papua's youth are being removed to Islamic religious schools in Java for 're-education...'"
- Ultra-Orthodox Jews protest over Israeli army enlistment
- Orthodox men hurl stinkbombs at women praying at Jerusalem's Western Wall
- No More Play Dates? Sex-Segregated Park Opens in New York
- Culture war erupts in Israel over attempts to end preferential budgets for ultra-Orthodox
- Them and Them—"Up in Ramapo, the immigrant community and the growing population of Hasidim had eyed each other with increasing wariness. Then the Orthodox took over the public schools and proceeded to gut them."
- In Israel, new modesty glasses for Orthodox Jewish men blur women out of their line of sight
- Orthodox Jewish Man Covers Himself In Plastic Bag On Plane
- North Carolina Republican Equates Praying to Allah with Terrorism
- Detroit: Christian Extemists Force Cancellation Of Annual Dearborn Arab Fest
- Mississippi high school forces students to attend Christian lectures: lawsuit
- Some Don't Like BioShock's Forced Baptism. Enough To Ask For A Refund
- The Quiverfull: The evangelical Christians opposed to contraception
- snopes.com: 4th Grade Science Quiz—The South Carolinian school administrator "was shocked at the level of hate that the atheists poured down upon her, the teacher, and the school in general."
- Senators again reject repeal of Louisiana Science Education Act
- Why Americans Love Creationism
In Bad Faith
- 2nd Child of Pa. Couple Dies After Only Praying—The other children have been getting court-ordered medical care.
- Opinion: Faith healing is criminal in modern society
- Doctors win right to save Jehovah's Witness boy's life
- Christianity declining 50pc faster than thought – as one in 10 under-25s is a Muslim
- Belief in Angry God Associated with Poor Mental Health
- Man Sues Bishop for Failing to Exorcise Flatulent Demons
- Papua New Guinea Considers Repealing Sorcery Law—"The prime minister has vowed to repeal a controversial sorcery act after the latest in a string of brutal public killings of people accused of practicing black magic." NYT
- 10 Faked Historical Miracles
- A Feud Between Biblical Archaeologists Goes to Court—"Jacobovici has claimed to have some of the bones of Jesus and his family, their DNA from ossuaries. 'If the remains were reburied, then there could not have been any true resurrection.'"
- The Three Christs of Ypsilanti—A psychiatric case that "details the interactions of the three patients... who each believed himself to be Jesus Christ."
- Shape-Shifting Jesus Described in Ancient Egyptian Text
- Choose Your Own Change
- Male Body Exchange
- Male Transformation Blog
- The NCMC
- Studs in Stone
- Visible Time
Little Shop of Authors
- Alyn Roze
- chester & magister
- derek phillips
- John D.
- Kyle Leach
- Max Mann
- MTL Bear
- Richard Jasper
- Richard Pickman
- Rob Bass
A little about me...
Just a guy looking for a means to express himself...
What’s with the name? It sounds Greek to me.
And you'd be exactly right, except for the part of me being Greek. (Not that I wouldn't want get some baklava for time to time.) I am also in no way associated with the film.
Are you a real beekeeper?
Heavens, no, but if you want to be my one of my drones... what the hey...
Story themes I'm intoHypnosis, mind control, musclegrowth, body swap, male transformation, age progression and age regression (AP/AR), growth, shrinking, ASFR, freezing, time stop
Authoritarian (cops, military, firemen, etc.), BDSM, NC, humiliation, cum control, orgasm denial, milking, incest, straight/jock seduction
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