Saturday, December 4, 2010

Drop It Like It's Hot

 Morning everyone, thanks for another great week of conversation.  What makes Womanist Musings great is the wonderful community that we have built together.  Please consider this your weekly reminder about the open guest posting policy.  If you have a piece that you would like to share please send it via e-mail to womanistmusings (at) gmail (dot) com.  Please include a three line bio and an image that you would like associated with your work.  Remember the more people that we contributing posts the more varied the topics of conversation will be.  As always I would like to thank the regular contributors for adding their voice to the blog.

 Below you will find a list of posts that I found interesting this week.  Please show these bloggers some love, and when you are done, don't forget to drop it like it's hot and leave you link behind in the comment section
Indian-American Hindu group stirs a debate over yoga's soul
I'm White but I'm Not a So-Called "White anti-Racist" Like Tim Wise & Co.
feminist heroine
Fighting the Black Anti Abortion Campaign: Trusting Black Women
Unpacking the Cis-Hetero Knapsack 
Not Your Mom's Trans 101
Isn't that Love?
Overcoming the Noble Savage and the Sexy Sqaw: Native Steampunk
I Had to Pray to Stop What Was Coming
Fat-Com: Is That A Thing?
Adult, LGBT and Homeless?  Few of us care
Is The Decline of Black Males in Black Churches Affecting their Abilities to Create a Counter Frame
no brown hobbits allowed
Les Sapeurs: Gentlemen of the Congo
Celebrating Our Racist History Is Racist
What Do Foreigners Think Of Sarah Palin?
Southern Plantations Weren't So "Romantic" For Blacks
If the Airport is a Police State, What is the Ghetto?4
Harry Belafonte's Love for Racial Justice - and Radical Muppets 
What I've Learned From Living With HIV
Gender Disparity in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Feminism and Being a Housewife
Time to Start Profiling White Christians
And She's Cute Too
White Trash Blues: Class Privilege v. White Privilege
Let He Is Who Is Without Sin
Today's dose of casual sexism
My Breasts, My Children, My Self