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Lauredhel is an Australian woman and mother with a disability. She blogs about disability and accessibility, social and reproductive justice, gender, freedom from violence, the uses and misuses of language, medical science, otters, gardening, and cooking.

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  1. tigtog
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    The “Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury” made me chuckle. Nice one.

  2. Li
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    “Houston, we have a throblem,” may well be the best single lyric in contemporary songwriting history.

  3. lilacsigil
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    Rachel Swirsky’s novella is absolutely brilliant, and one of the very few things I’ve read where a character who came from a society of female supremacy (it’s a bit more complicated than that, though) was entirely consistent and believable. The writing is stunning and packs in more world-building than you usually see on an entire bookshelf of novels!

    Um. Yes. I hope she wins.

  4. Kate
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    I was really disappointed to see THREE Doctor Who episodes had been nominated, but not a single one of Fringe or Stargate Universe. Doctor Who isn’t even good! :fumes:

  5. tigtog
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    We’ve got a bunch of Whovians around these parts who will disagree with you about the awesomeness of Doctor Who, but it would be a boring world if we all agreed on everything.

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