Hello, Love
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Hello, Love

Casting a Bright Light on the “Good Guy” Defense

How one movie made me ashamed to be a man.

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If you’re a male over 40, it’s hard not to feel some sense of embarrassment and guilt about how the male species has behaved over the last 30–40 years. And this past weekend’s film choice pushed that shame to new levels.

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Love changes us. Love makes us human.

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Kevin Ervin Kelley, AIA

Kevin Ervin Kelley, AIA

I’m a retail architect that studies human behavior, perception, and decision-making. I’m fascinated with the intersection of where commerce and community meet.

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