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Why I’m angry

TweetI have been saying for years that Virginia Woolf’s “A Room of One’s Own” is one of the best feminist texts. I also think that Virginia Woolf, like all great geniuses, didn’t understand just how wise her words were. In her “Chapter 2,” her elegant pen writes: “When an arguer argues dispassionately he thinks only [...]
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How many times have you cried…(AN IMPERFECT POST)

Tweet WARNING: This entry was posted on my blog a few months ago (around the time of the events discussed). A SYTYCB entry How many times have you cried over Trayvon Martin this week? month? day? I spend a lot of time worrying about the logistics of this blog now that I have this new [...]
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A SYTYCB entry

Tweet I am in a feminist dilemma. For those of you familiar with political science, this may appear like a classic game theory equation (and for those of you who do not know this term, Wikipedia does). In order for me to explain my dilemma, I need to first share with you a couple background [...]
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How I talk about men when they’re not around

Tweet A SYTYCB entry (Edited from the original version, posted on the Continuously Fractured Life) I am obsessed with Google Reader. If you have a blog and it’s even a little bit good, chances are I subscribe to it, share it, comment on it, and maybe even audibly respond to it. Feministing is a blog [...]
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Feminist Rage: Why Are People Threatened By It?

TweetI have written here before about the devastating impact of street harassment. Last time I pledged it wouldn’t be the last time I stood up to a street harasser. And I have followed through with my pledge – today when a man violated my personal space by pressing his body on mine, whispered in my [...]
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