She received her Diploma of College Studies in Social Sciences from John Abbott College and a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from Mc Gill University, both in Quebec.She has hiked with mountain gorillas in Rwanda, and is an avid athlete and watcher of sports, particularly her favorite ice hockey team, the Montreal Canadiens. The personals sections of those 18th century newspapers were also useful for gay men and women to meet lovers, back when homosexuality was still illegal (it remained so in the UK until 1967).Personal ads went mainstream in the early 20th century, with expectations at a much lower level than their earlier incarnations."Someone from an Irish radio station asked me whether the essence of all Internet dating ads was ' Loser seeks Winner,'" he said, "but I think those opinions are really those of younger people, [such as] those under 30 who see no need for Internet dating.Or of married people." Heather Whipps writes about history, anthropology and health for Live Science.
"At that time advertising for pals or for lonely soldiers was fashionable and contemporary — something done by those who were, as they put it in their ads, 'bohemian and unconventional,'" Cocks said.As a result of people finding my other Web pages on antique golf clubs, I've had several requests for information on the history of the golf club.