Loneliness is a complex problem of epidemic proportions, affecting millions from all walks of life.
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A moral romp through the triumphs and travails of prominent Westerners.
John E Portmann Ph.D.
Ricky Martin unveils himself in an autobiography and turns out to be interesting
A sympathy revolution makes the world gay positive: Who will stop this revolution and how?
Prince William and Kate will marry as Christians, which means that the sexual pressure is on.
Why do we wince at the idea of people over the age of, say, seventy having sex? Heavy people? Unattractive people?
Embarrassing "baggage" can indeed be tossed away
NBC invites us on an elite voyeuristic romp.
Yes, you really can turn heads in your 40s (and 50s?). Now get to work!
It can't be said that Obama has a tin ear. How far can his preachy tone take him in Pennsylvania?
The pope in an American synagogue next week? What's next -- Jews in Catholic heaven?
When bad things happen to Hillary, we smile. What does that say about us?
John Portmann is an Associate Professor of Religious Studies at the University of Virginia.