Hello everyone, thanks for another great week of conversation. Thank you to all of the regular contributors who take the time to share their work with us every week. Back to school is one of the busiest times of year for my family and so we are all still going through a huge adjustment period. Ms. Sookie, the new puppy, recently ate the power cord for Destruction's computer, oddly enough this happened right after I replaced the one she ate last week. Busy is my first name right now, so please be patient with me as I try to get our house in order.
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Below you will find a list of posts that I found interesting over the last two weeks. (Yep, I replaced the power cord to my computer, we'll see how long it takes the puppy to eat it) Please note that this is not an endorsement of the author, I simply found the points raised in each piece to be of general interest. Please show these bloggers some love and check them out. When you are done, don't forget to drop it like it's hot and leave your link behind in the comment section.
Stability or Repression? Or, Parents Don't Have Time to Cry
in reaction to
Eddie Long Is A System Of A Much Worse Disease
Wiccan Community Responds to Christine O'Donnell's Ignorance
The Big C: So this is liberating
Celebrate Bisexuality Day 2010
What Is Pornography
Tube Tied: Peggy Olson Enters Oppression Olympics, Falters
North Carolina: Consent To Sex Cannot Be Withdrawn
Why "No Wedding No Womb"Doesn't Work
New Barbie Doll Puts The Japanese Back In Time
Depression; wasting energy on labels
When Helpful Advice Is Neither
I Finally Saw 'Ticked Off T******s With Knives'
Native Americans believe that there are dual systems of justice
Why the Trans Community Hates Dr. Janice G Raymond
Red, Brown, and Blue: How our definition of whiteness has changed with each new wave of immigration
Effeminacy. Too feminine....?
When Twitter Attacks Black Women Better Watch Out
Females: You Just Can't Trust 'Em and Other Lies Women Believe
The case for why Peggy Olson is Not Mad Men's Feminist Hero
When I decided not to be a virgin
Growing Up Jewish - High holiday Edition