- Let’s Talk About JOBS.
- The kind of woman who needs a late-term abortion – Washington Post
- “Grow Your Own Marrow Donor” Ethics and Consequentialism: The Ayala Family Saga | Ethics Alarms
- ‘Creepy Uncle Sam’ Gives Pelvic Exam in Obamacare Attack Ad | Central Oregon Coast NOW
- My Son Wears Dresses; Get Over It – Matt Duron – The Atlantic
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Monthly Archives: March 2013
…the reason that “fem” is a part of the word “feminism” is that the world is not, currently, an equal, safe, and just place for women (and other groups as well—in its idealized form, intersectional feminism seeks to correct all … Continue reading
Dearest Beloved Girl, This letter is an apology. An apology for being an adult who has failed to make the world safe for you. Because you should be safe. Even when you make the sometimes stupid, often naive choices that … Continue reading
From Amanda Marcotte: (paraphrased) Comments across the web on the widely reported story of a boy who rescued a cat that was being tortured by a bunch of boys have been restricted to two major themes: What a great kid … Continue reading
Never take a drink from anyone or let your drink out of your sight. Don’t show too much cleavage. Be aware of your surroundings at all times. Never go to a boy’s room alone. If it comes to it, go … Continue reading
I Am The Blogger Who Allegedly “Complicated” The Steubenville Gang Rape Case — And I Wouldn’t Change a Thing | xoJane
I Am The Blogger Who Allegedly “Complicated” The Steubenville Gang Rape Case — And I Wouldn’t Change a Thing | xoJane. Excellent recap from the blogger who originally covered the Steubenville rape case.
The top 5 rape apologist reactions to the Steubenville rape verdict | The Raw Story. Fucking… fuckers. Fuck them all.
After writing about the tech related ways I punished my teen son I got loads of comments from “unwired” families. These are noble, brave families that have chosen to climb aboard the “way back” train and raise their children unplugged … Continue reading