Saturday, January 22, 2011

Drop It Like It's Hot

Hello everyone and thanks for another great week of conversation.  Posting continues to be a little light because I am working in pain due to the weather.  Thanks for your continued patience. If you would like to participate more fully in the goings on here, please take advantage of the open guest posting policy.  Simply send in a link to your blog or your original work via e-mail to womanistmusings (at) gmail (dot) com.  Please include a three line bio and an image that represents either you or your work.

March 8th is International Woman's day and to celebrate, I would like to do a series of post on women heroes.  If you are interested in participating, please send me a small e-mail naming the woman you intend to write about so that I can ensure that there are no duplicates.  Ideally, the finished piece will be about a prominent woman that you admire.  Final submissions are due February 15th.

Below you will find links to posts that I found interesting this week.  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.
Woman's Bleeding Violates Pharmacist's Conscience 
On men crying and other things
Booknotes: Dear John, I Love Jane
Pre-Production for a snuff film in Venezuela
This is not a post about yoga
Rejecting the notion of "Black People Twitter"
Pakistan's Lesbians Live In Silence, Love In Secret  
My Enemy, My Ally; If There is a Hierarchy, Food Wins
How To Make Your Husband A Nice Dinner  
Video Response to "Part" Indian
Why I do not want to have "bi-racial" children 
Borders, Scale and Mental Boxes 
white privilege mindset 
Killing In The Name Of
Africans in Ancient China & Vice Versa, Part 3: Zheng He's Star Fleet
Light Skinned vs Darkskinned Death Match: Club Edition
Motherhood After Growing up Quiverfull: Part 1   
"Tiger Mothers" Are Driven by U.S. Inequity, Not Chinese Culture
Berkley Consider Some Trans-Specific Health Care Benefits; Outrage Ensues  
Female Desire and the Princess Culture
Anonymous was a woman  
Just ... Sick
The Left Blogosphere If It Exists 
No Strings Attached  
Julian Bond on the State of Black America
First Speakers: Restoring the Ojibwe Language