Category Archives: Feminism

When Your Friend is in a Video

I’m posting this because the last woman shown in this video is my birthday sistah!  We’re a couple years apart (she is Humbly Anne’s best friend from high school) but not that far apart in many other ways.  I’m posting … Continue reading

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Oh Boy!

There’s a new book on the shelves that is getting quite a lot of attention. It is The Dangerous Book for Boys by Conn and Hal Iggulden. I don’t know a whole lot about this book except that it is … Continue reading Continue reading

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Now THAT’s hot

Thanks to Bold for pointing the way to this poster: That is what I a call smokin’ hawt athlete. Click on the image and you can see more hawtness – all of it with an appropriate athletic focus (and I … Continue reading Continue reading

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Now THAT’s hot

Thanks to Bold for pointing the way to this poster: That is what I a call smokin’ hawt athlete. Click on the image and you can see more hawtness – all of it with an appropriate athletic focus (and I … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Difference between EC and RU-486

Today is Blog for Emergency Contraception day. This is not about abortion. This is about not needing abortion. This is about birth control. I’m sure that a lot of people have no idea that Plan B or Emergency Birth Control … Continue reading Continue reading

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Important Correction, etc.

I got a little email from my daughter explaining that I hadn’t gotten her reason for not wearing a white wedding dress quite right. I’d like to straighten that out by quoting the bride: I’m not wearing white because there’s … Continue reading Continue reading

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Double Bonus

In my last post I forgot one of my favorite things of all that feminism has given the world and that is the right of Dads everywhere to love their little kids openly, to make them a priority over work … Continue reading Continue reading

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