Category Archives: so mad I could spit

Drive-By Sexist Click-Bait from the Houston Chronicle

Today’s New York Times features a graphic showing that so far, just over half of the women running for Congress this year lost their primary races. The fewer women who run, and the fewer who win, the longer it will take … Continue reading

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Men Aren’t From Mars, But Can We Send A Few of Them There?

Honestly, Hillary Clinton should just un-announce right now or productivity in this country is going to grind to a halt. But hey, bright side, maybe this is how we get rid of Carly Fiorina! After all, the only math she … Continue reading

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Your Vote Just Got More Important

The Supreme Court ruled just after 5 a.m. this morning that Texas can enforce the Voter ID law that District Court Judge  Nelva Gonzales Ramos ruled was unconstitutional: “The Court holds that SB 14 creates an unconstitutional burden on the … Continue reading

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Rally Time!

I’m trying to decide which sign to carry, so will take them all and hope to find some sign-less folks. I’m partial to the first one …

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Wham, Bam, You Know What’s Coming Next

Last night, handing out condoms to promote PPYL’s Party Like a Rock Star, I approached three young men on the back patio of a local bar. I asked if I might interrupt their evening for a moment. One of them … Continue reading

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And Take Her Shoes & Impregnant Her, I Suppose?

Lest you had any doubt that sexism thrives in the GOP . . . Hat tip to Emily’s List for scanning and posting this page of the spring, 2010 issues of the Republican Review, a publication paid for by the … Continue reading

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I Never Said That (And You Can’t Prove I Did)

Police arrested a man today for threatening Senator Patty Murray of Washington with death for her support of the health care bill. My first thought was that I wonder how soon we’ll hear the wingnut peanut gallery spout off about … Continue reading

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