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Cultural stereotypes around names can lead to real changes in physical appearance.
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Let's just say I'm diligent about staying hydrated and avoiding STIs.
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The changing or not changing of the name is, in my opinion, an unnecessarily charged issue. And with the title business (Miss, Ms, Mrs) that goes with it, it all just gets a bit confusing.
I feel a kinship with Erica Packer, but it's not simply billionaire ex husbands and stunning beauty that we have in common. Erica and I still "use" the surname of our ex-husbands -- and that seems to be an issue for some who think it's an issue of feminism. I agree, it is -- just not in the way they think it is.
In Australia, people often pause for a few seconds when I hand them my name card. I know they are mentally calculating the risk of trying to pronounce my last name and getting it wrong.
The Daryls of Australia are not impressed. Two out of every three Daryls believe they are being darylscriminated against. Here’s what this is all about. Cricket Australia has an ad this summer which y...
Even the greatest listeners can have trouble remembering a new acquaintance's name. It happens to the best of us, and for some reason, it's terribly embarras