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Stories by Michael Ventura
Michael Ventura writes the Letters at 3AM column for the Austin Chronicle.
Why Are We Often Terrified of Our Own Sexuality?
Posted on: Jul 29, 2010, Source: Psychotherapy Networker
While so much about sexuality is brazenly public these days, we haven't advanced very far in our ability to talk about our sexual fears and anxieties.
We Are Living in a Screenworld -- Reality Isn't in the Real World Anymore
Posted on: May 27, 2010, Source: Psychotherapy Networker
Has our new definition of "life experience" rendered tangible interactions irrelevant?
Dancing in the Dark
Posted on: Nov 10, 2004, Source: Austin Chronicle
What's our job? To dedicate our lives to preserving and passing on what we love, so that if things ever get sane again there'll be something left.
Places You've Never Heard Of
Posted on: Aug 9, 2004, Source: Austin Chronicle
Most of our war dead come from the little places that the 21st century has left behind.
Protecting Your Privates
Posted on: Mar 23, 2004, Source: Austin Chronicle
Americans have been led to believe that their medical histories would remain confidential. Now, in a radical flip-flop, the Bush-Ashcroft Justice Department wants hospitals and clinics to turn over thousands of medical records.
Reflections On Turning 52
Posted on: May 9, 2002, Source: Austin Chronicle
Our culture is obsessed with youth and the "inner child" -- but by buying into this cult of the Young One, we insult and shame the Old One.
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