Hypocrisy, sadly, is not confined to politicians. It is not confined to any of those who tell us what to do, like priests, policemen, or leather-clad librarians.
Hypocrisy, you see, is one of humanity's most enduring and endearing traits.
I mention this, because of the cheery case of Norwegian author Anne B. Ragde. Ragde has written books for children. She has written crime novels. She has won awards.
And yet, like the rest of us pitiful, snarling humans, she may well speak out of several sides of her anatomy.