Tag Archives: life

Wildflowers & The Law

I was about to enjoy some self-righteous indignation, calling out a few people for breaking the law by picking wildflowers in Texas. Being the person I am, I wanted to cite the actual law. O tempora! O mores! It is … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney, Mansplainer & Mommy-Coddler

Motherhood is the most important job, and we value you for doing it. Except when it isn’t, in which case, we don’t.

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$98 Yoga Pants or a $30K Wage Gap

Some days, I feel like I should just give up. Lately, that’s been because of the relentless attacks on women’s civil liberties. But today, it was a couple of articles that took me right back to the days of Susan … Continue reading

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Sticks and Stones and Firebombs

Update: Ft. Worth police have arrested a suspect, and so far, reports seem to suggest both that he is very likely the person responsible and that he suffers from terrible mental health issues. I’m relieved both that he is in … Continue reading

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Continuing the FB Fun with Rick Perry – And Why It Matters

Yesterday, the good guv shut down comment functionality on one of his Facebook pages. But you know the good lord never closes the door without opening a window, right? On this page, you can comment on the governor’s posts. And … Continue reading

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The Not Wearin’ O’ The Green

Last night, I started to walk out my front door, but realized I was not wearing green. I paused, wondering about the likelihood of being pinched. Returning to my room, I grabbed a necklace with green sea glass, but it … Continue reading

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The Church of My Uterus

That’s it. I’m starting a church. A religion, even. And I’m going to incorporate it. It has become crystal clear that the only way I can exercise my right to control my own health, sexuality, and bodily integrity—my very right … Continue reading

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