THE SUN: Personal, Political, Provocative
Not So Different After All
Frans de Waal On Animal Intelligence And Emotions
BY MARK LEVITON
With the coronavirus we have another interesting issue: how we eat wildlife. Ecologists and conservationists have been saying for fifty years that we shouldn’t be eating everything on the planet.
Mama with her daughter Moniek, at the Royal Burgers’ Zoo, Arnhem, the Netherlands.
BY JANELLE GRECO
When James is high, he is at his most affectionate. He becomes generous with hugs. He kisses my face all over, eyelids and all. I am ashamed that I like this about his addiction.
Sex After Death
BY BETH ALVARADO
I’d thought dating would make me feel less grief, but it was the opposite. I decided to delete my Match.com account and learn to masturbate. I had enough sadness in my own life.
A Selection Of Poetry For These Times
BY VARIOUS AUTHORS
Falling for a firefighter, staying single, trusting someone with your cat
Featuring Michael Pollan, Craig Childs, John Elder, and more.
To love another human in all of her splendor and imperfect perfection, it is a magnificent task . . . tremendous and foolish and human.
Louise Erdrich, The Last Report on the Miracles at Little No Horse