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When Scholl pressed him on how that made her accurate information inaccurate, the charming Howell said “I guess I’m not speaking in little enough words for you to understand.”Since he said it in front of reporters and at least one camera, I’d say the topic of who has better cognitive skills is open to debate. When you make the decision that it’s not OK for women to be in charge of their own reproductive decisions, someone else starts making them. Make your views known to your legislative representatives before you end up with a spoiler or the Keystone Pipeline down there. She beautifully took down every participant in the dehumanization and dissection of herself and, by extension, women in general.
And if you happen to be wondering why some people get so het up over the government passing increasingly restrictive laws about our ladybits every week, check out Jezebel’s terrifying news item (via the BBC) from Uzbekistan: The Uzbek government would like women to be having fewer children, so doctors are simply told to sterilize them without consent while they are under anesthesia. Media bits Speaking of other people telling you what’s up with your own body, someone with a media outlet and too much time on his or her hands decided Ashley Judd had a puffy face and set off a feeding frenzy over who could tear her down fastest and hardest for aging normally, for being “fat”, for allegedly having plastic surgery, or for all three. Watching her take a sledgehammer to legions of jerks – and the society and assumptions that let those jerks keep right on bottom-feeding – was bracing. Nina Katchadourian’s series of Airplane Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style.
I wanted to have a chance for us to document our history.
Some of our first openly queer cartoonists who did openly queer content are now in their late 60s and 70s.” It’s like Comic-Con, but queerer!
That’s why we’re going to start with political jerkballery and move into things that are more awesome.
Political jerkballery For starters, you’ve certainly heard about the skullthuddingly stupid furor that was whipped up over Hilary Rosen’s statement that Ann Romney “never worked a day in her life.”In context, this is really not much problem with Rosen’s remarks.
Progress VA released a report on the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC)’s influence on Virginia politics (in some state, the pro-corporate, far-right-wing group writes laws that the legislators submit verbatim).
So, if you look at it properly, by which I mean listening to the words that were coming out of Rosen’s mouth and paying attention to when they did so, I believe she’s calling Mrs.
Romney’s economic street-savvy into question because Romney is an extremely wealthy woman who is just as out-of-touch as her staggeringly wealthy husband, not taking a swipe at her for choosing to be a stay-at-home mom.
She explains in this interview with Yahoo, “My children have a very clear understanding of cannabis. “[It’s about] you calling the shots about how you move about the world, and facing society head on, in your full truth, in both of those areas.
When I hold it without shame or confusion, then they can understand it as simple as if I was pointing to a bottle of Percocet and said, ‘That’s Mama’s medicine.’ You take the naughtiness out of it, and it’s not something that kids run to.” I’m grateful, as Mel Eth is, that California is so cannabis friendly. People are freaking out over an Atlanta theater troupe’s queer retelling of the Bible in “The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told.” The Out Front Theater Company’s newest production “is an alternate version and comedic sendup of stories from the Old Testament, presented through the eyes of a gay couple named Adam and Steve and a lesbian couple named Jane and Mabel.” A petition against the play, created by a Catholic-focused group called America Needs Fatima, specifies, “I vehemently protest your showing the blasphemous play ‘The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told,’ which, among other blasphemies, refers to the Virgin Mary as a lesbian.” Suddenly I’m way more interested in the Virgin Mary. And there’s power in that.” Immigration is an LGBTQ issue!