Jan. 1,1804: Haiti declares independence from France. July 28,1915: U.S. troops invade Haiti after the assassination of its president, in order to protect American interests during the First World War. It is the beginning of a 19-year occupation.
For the past few weeks, I’ve been housebound, and this has given me time to catch up on my reading of women’s magazines. As ever, the omnipresent topic is the lack of good men. There is, it seems, a crisis of galactic proportions in finding good men, whether as husbands, lovers or one-night stands.By BARBARA AMIEL5 min
“Stay still, relax and take deep breaths through your nose.” The smooth and sympathetic voice belongs to Judy Seifer. She calls herself a doctor because she has a PhD from the Institute for the Advanced Study of Human Sexuality in San Francisco, a place of higher learning from which it would perhaps be difficult to transfer course credits to the Harvard Medical School.
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