I would like to take the time to thank all those who guest posted on the blog this week. Your contributions help to make Womanist Musings a challenging space, where we can have the conversations that others avoid. We have a tough little community here, but I am proud that we are all learning together. If you would like to participate as a guest poster, please feel free to send either your original work, or a link back to your blog to [womanistmusings (at) gmail.com] Please include a small three line bio, and an image that you would like associated with your work.
I am still tinkering with the layout. I am having some difficulty getting the font and spacing to level out, but I am working on it. As I promised, I finally have a partial feed in my RSS for those that wish to keep up with Womanist Musings that way. If you are having any problems with the new template, or would like to suggest changes please do so in the comment section.
As I mentioned at the beginning of this post, there are some great links below. Please take the time to show these bloggers some love and when you are done, don’t forget to drop it like it’s hot and leave your link behind in the comment section.
Jeremy Gillitzer: The Face Of Male Anorexia and Bulima Dies
The media’s struggle with Disabilities
Anarchy, Disability, Purity and Doubt
Why Wedding Weight Loss Isn’t About Health
I Am Fat
Trans woman Delphine Ravisé-Giard’s Breast Size Dictated by French Civil Court
Black Women, Have We No Shame?: You Don’t Negotiate With Hate (Slim Thug)
8 Things Gay People Can’t Do
I don’t give a flying fuck what you call yourself, AKA know them by their deeds
Women of colour earn 53 cents for every white man’s dollar
being arab in social justice communities
the power of a white guy in a tie
My Warrior is Weeping
sexual abuse and the niqaab
I write letters
Hidden costs: On Lilith Fair and subtle exhaustion
Rape, Male Victims, and Why We Need to Care
My Righteous Indignation Over ‘Transvestite Prostitute’
Who’s Afraid of Information?
Is Stouffer’s “Good Enough” to Prevent Eating Disorders?
When Diversity Means Hiring A Not Really Different Version Of The Same Thing
New York Moves to Keep Incarcerated Parents Connected to Kids