Those who do not move, do not notice their chains.– Rosa Luxemburg (via revolutionnow)
Dream a Little Dream of Me
I was just measuring my windows and various things in hopes of new curtains and writing the measurements down in my spiral. I thought I was excited about the curtains and then realized I was secretly pretending to be a scientist.
Where Do We Go From bell? : Ms Magazine Blog →
radicallyhottoff: ok. see, this is the problem. in this impassioned defense of “new feminism”—there are *writers* and *analysis* being given as “proof” that the feminist movement is alive and thriving. not. one. single. grassroots. org. (i.e. people working within a community, ala: incite!, young women’s empowerment project, the fifis, the allied media conference, etc etc etc. not one. YES....
I had a steady heart before I met you, I relied upon it, it had seen active...– Jeanette Winterson - Written on the Body (via boastfulrose)
The left’s failure to nurture and celebrate female politicians has had a significant effect on its policies. In recent years, Democratic majorities and progressive legislation seem to have been built on steady trade-offs of reproductive rights, culminating this year when the first female speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi, was forced to push through health care reform with a compromise on...
Is Vivienne Westwood’s 1995 Penis Shoe: A. A brilliant take on CFMP (Come Fuck Me Pumps). B. An ironic wink at various dick myths, e.g. that you can tell the size of a man’s penis by his shoe size and/or that black men have bigger dicks. C. Holding up a warped mirror to those who say that men design high heels to disempower women because these are shoes designed by a woman that...
Goddamnit, Alaska. →
Well I was raised to be kind to all people, so I will just say there is...– Best polite putdown ever, from Womanist Musings. I will totally be using it.
The Cultural Conversation Is Just a Fancy Term for a Tumblr Reblog– Doree wins today.
every time the faith chick calls buffy “B,” i want to chew my own...– RadicalHotOff.
Support the Fight Against Homophobia in Davis...
I met James Bennion in a roundabout way. My sister sent me a copy of this article about him and his fight to start a Gay/Straight Alliance (GSA) at his junior high school in Bountiful, Utah. He cited my book on teen activism as an inspiration, which is so great to hear, that it is still having an impact. As the article notes, and I talk about this in the book, people are coming out at earlier and...