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By tigtog on May 21, 2013
Why, yes it is! Quite near the top, even.
So why do people still send us general cut-and-paste guest post offers which clearly display their lack of familiarity with our policy?
By tigtog on March 19, 2013
Here are a few examples of someone angry or expressing disagreement without being all rude about it:
By Helen on March 17, 2013
… that it’s possible to care about more than one thing at the same time, without having to explain it to other feminists, too.
By tigtog on March 12, 2013
We seem to have lost the last few days of posts/comments, at least for the moment (thus the choice of ‘meh’ image to accompany this post). So if something you said recently is still moving you, by all means repeat it here.
By tigtog on February 15, 2013
Datum the First: On April 8, 2007 Tim O’Reilly wrote a Draft Blogger’s Code Of Conduct …In the nearly seven years since, many similar initiatives have been proposed.
By tigtog on January 29, 2013
Regular readers already know how much we’ve written here over the years on cyberbullies and their enraged cries about their Free Speech rights being breached whenever somebody declines to publish their bile – bile which absolutely nobody is preventing them from publishing on a blog of their own.
Disingenuous doesn’t begin to cover the hypocrisy of the Women Need To STFU brigade.
By tigtog on January 25, 2013
Well, that hurts.
By tigtog on December 14, 2012
Two out of three newly HaTted authors have debuted their Hoyden bylines this week: familiar names from our comment threads and past guest posts over the years. Please welcome shonias, Megpie71 and Mimbles to the author roster.
By tigtog on October 30, 2012
Like many folks with online friends in the North-East of the USA, I’ve been watching the weather reports with great big saucer eyes.
Keep safe, and if you feel like it, please drop a comment here telling us how you’re going.
By tigtog on October 19, 2012
There are competing ethical imperatives, and there’s a balance to be found. It is basic courtesy to respect a pseudonym or some in-confidence knowledge about a person generally, but should that expected courtesy take precedence over the protection of other people from harm which could be avoided if they knew what you know?
By tigtog on October 18, 2012
If you’ve been having problems leaving a comment recently, please try again on this post.
By tigtog on September 20, 2012
The normal foiling of diabolical masterminds shall continue shortly.
By tigtog on July 3, 2012
In a truly rational world, it might be possible to substantively and productively explore the pros and cons of competing positions in good faith and reach a nuanced understanding and a mutually satisfying path forward. Unfortunately the “don’t give disproportionate emphasis to sexism” side has basically been hijacked by a bunch of bad faith contrarians…