10: AddictionUp one level
December 1993: Drugs are merely one kind of object people can become addicted to.
- Introduction: Altering Consciousness
Catherine Hollis, Annalee Newitz
Drugs are merely one kind of object people can become addicted to -- there are a range of other addictive substances available to us in consumer culture.
- Girl Clothes in a Box
One night toward the end of September I folded up all my 'girl clothes' and put them in a box in the bottom of my closet.
- Hallucinating in Paradise
I remember being unable to tell what temperature it was, feeling completely exposed, and a sense of weariness at thinking about everything.
Ultimately the use value of the sex act is no longer procreation. A loving, or family, relationship is not that it can be sexualized.
- Tuning In To Apathy
Ann Marie Caffrey
I can manage social responsibility by contributing to my world without controlling it.
That we're physically addicted to electricity is obvious; the extent to which we're psychologically addicted is not.
- Working the Program
Twelve Step meetings seems to have reached a point where they are viewed at best as a harmless but self-indulgent part of middle-class lifestyles.
- Voices from the Collective
Letters from readers about past articles.