UPDATE: Several readers who follow The Dish have told me that Sullivan does contribute considerable original material. Since I glance at it only occasionally, I was obviously mistaken, and I apologize to Sullivan for saying otherwise.
Andrew Sullivan’s website, The Dish, had a post three days ago called “How voyeurism has evolved.” It’s actually An excerpt from Julie Peakman’s The Pleasure’s All Mine: A History of Perverse Sex, claiming that voyeurism has graduated from the public and intrusive (spying on women at swimming pools) to the private and unintrusive (watching porn on your computer). It’s not that profound—Sullivan seems to get paid for merely collecting other people’s writing—but does deserve mention for two reasons. The first is its picture:
And the second is that the title includes the word “evolved.” Could it be that Sullivan, a staunch Catholic, is now becoming a staunch Cat-lick?
h/t: Greg Mayer