Tag Archives: women

slavery? hyperbole? not really…

One thing that I’ve been adamant about is that any form of coercion on women’s reproduction means that we are, in effect, slaves. Coercion around reproduction means that we do not have control of our own bodies — the essential … Continue reading

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this n that

I keep trying to warp my mind around it, and I keep failing. I know it’s because they are hate based if not actually designated as hate groups, but how on earth anyone or any organization calling itself “Christian” can … Continue reading

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wikileaks/rape charges: doesn’t have to be either/or

I touched on this in my last Wikileaks post, commenting on how and why I felt that the fervor to “get” Assange on rape charges was politically motivated rather than indicative of any sincere desire to take seriously the charges … Continue reading

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men are stoopit, edition 3678347847789

Yeah. I mean honestly. Like 0

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wow…

Word. Like 0

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oh so that’s okay, then

https://www.wbay.com/Global/story.asp?S=5390029 Translation: If only that uppity bitch had been over 18, it would have been perfectly okay to rape her. God. I hope the fucker dies in prison. Like 0

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this so pisses me off…

There are many things I like about the Japanese culture. But, like any other culture, it has a few areas in which it falls flat on its face… The birth of a boy would appear to avert a wrenching national … Continue reading

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helen keller

Today is the 126th anniversary of Helen Keller’s birthday. And this looks very interesting: The Radical Lives of Helen Keller… Like 0

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interesting perceptions of motherhood…

Had an interesting convo with my sister the other day. She’s got two (in my extremly objective opinion) utterly gorgeous little boys, Sprocket (four years old) and Monkeywrench (one year). She pointed out that when she was pregnant with Sprocket, … Continue reading

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this kind of thing drives me batshit

When I read stuff like this: Female Chat Names Generate More Threats What particularly torques me is the advice to remain sex-anonymous on the internet. There’s nothing that says, what is WRONG with these utter moronsmen that they do this … Continue reading

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those poor dears!

After reading this article, I think the poor dears should leave more of the important decisions to us women, you know? Like 0

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Nazanin in Iran

Iran nukes the dignity of women, and condemns an innocent life. There’s a petition online you can sign. Like 0

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random musings, link farmage

I’ve been mulling over this one a few days. What just boggles me is anyone thinking this is a reasonable way to resolve things at all…I think this is a case where “us women” need to be ruining the justice … Continue reading

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stupid idjits

over at slashdot.org decided it would be really cute for April fools day (because it is, GMT) to pinkify their site to attract a different demographic. Like 0

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Fire Thunder

(I’ve been composing this particular article for a couple of days now…) I stumbled across this article a few days ago: The President of the Oglala Sioux Tribe on the Pine Ridge Reservation, Cecilia Fire Thunder, was incensed [over sexist … Continue reading

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