…Muslims living in your city….(laughter)
But I have one, and s/he’s [negative stereotype]…(laughter)
Jen Hancock was kind enough to reach out to the SheThought writers and offered me a chance to read and review her book, The Humanist Approach to Happiness: Practical Wisdom. The book is aimed at teens and young adults as a way to
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Boobquake. The largest natural disaster to shake the willies out of the internet since it was created, thus triggering the voyages of the Star Trek, Jen McCreight. In her voyages, though, she’s found that people like to discuss boobs and they like boobquake because it gives them the opportunity to discuss boobs. This was all
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I hate writing about feminist issues, because every time I do I get accused of being a feminazi or caring more about women than men, or of buying into victim culture, or any number of accusations that come with the territory. Feminism isn’t generally my main issue, and so I’m always
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You may have already seen my post called When Sex Gets in my Apple-Bottomed Jeans, and you probably noticed that I mentioned that I had more to say about McCreight’s fu-luster-cuck-uck. I discussed the video and talked a little about the aftermath in general terms, but there is much work to be done in
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In case you haven’ t noticed, there has been a firestorm across the blogosphere in the skeptic, atheistic and scientific communities, lately, about the sexualization of women in them. This firestorm has been going on for quite a while, but it has received a lot of new fuel from a recent flare up over at
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In news that will shock and confuse dacryphiliacs everywhere, (but make John Boehner more secure in his manhood) scientists have “discovered” that women’s tears DO NOT turn men on.
Now before you get upset wondering why scientists are trying to figure out the mysterious and elusive male libido instead of, let’s say Continue reading Illogical “Phallusies” – Viewing Scientific Research Through Penis Colored Glasses
Yesterday was the presentation of the case to the 9th circuit. Now, it’s not the full 9th circuit, which means that whatever these three judges decide, they may well have to reconvene with the rest of the 9th circuit if whoever loses this round decides to appeal.
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