Ian Sloane of Wheaton College says "all women are prostitutes." His musings in the Wheaton Wire begin with familiar misogyny: girls are hookers because guys are "expected" to give them gifts, car rides, and "ridiculous time commitments." But then Sloane gets kind of original: "Our generation of women is addicted to using the 'gloo stiks' of love, so far from any real cohesive properties that the product name is misspelled for legal reasons. Real, immaterial love, in addition to being free, sticks like your favorite brand of superglue." Quit sniffing that "gloo stik," Sloane — and remember that it takes two to make a bad relationship. [Wheaton Wire]