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A (Mostly) Straight Woman’s View on the Equality Movement

Originally posted on The Perks of Being a Gemini:
Before I get into this, let me explain what I mean by “mostly straight”: I consider myself a heterosexual female.  But I also believe that sexuality is not black and white. …

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The PMDD Fairy is back with a vengeance…

I did not want to get out of bed this morning.  This is in part due to the fact that I’m really freaking sore (my dance teachers have been especially sadistic this week, and I put in some extra rehearsal … Continue reading

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Health is the New Black

You guys know I don’t reblog much, but this. This right here.

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I’m pro-choice. Not pro-abortion. There’s a difference.

My newsfeed on Facebook has been blowing up over the last week, even as Wendy Davis was bravely filibustering a bill that would have practically made it impossible to get an abortion in my state.  As the Republicans threw the … Continue reading

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Stephen Fry knows just how it feels…

Read this:  http://www.stephenfry.com/2013/06/24/only-the-lonely/ I knew there was a reason I love that man.  He gets it.  And he explains it quite well, much better than I usually can. That is all.

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No means no. Period.

A friend shared this article on Facebook today:  http://www.xojane.com/it-happened-to-me/disney-rape Everyone needs to read this.  Because this is rape culture defined. It doesn’t matter if the victim has been drinking.  It doesn’t matter if it takes them time to get over … Continue reading

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In which my brain tried to explode…

I had a migraine yesterday afternoon.  I generally suffer from migraines for one of two reasons:  allergies (typically during my active period from mid/late January to late March/early April) or PMS/PMDD.  Those I can usually be prepared for; avoid any … Continue reading

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