For those who enjoyed Antifeminist Bingo: Via Kate Harding, now co blogging at Shakesville: Fat Hate Bingo from BStu!
Month: June 2007
When watching Blade Runner on DVD, having torrential rainfall on the roof as an addition to the soundtrack adds a certain frisson. Whatever happened to Rutger Hauer, anyway?
It’s not every day paleontologists discover a new dinosaur! These discoveries take me back to the wonder of imagining the dinosaur world when I was a child. We weren’t saturated with the pre-digested smoothly-animated imagery* of Jurassic Park and Walking… Read More ›
This week’s One Question is from Harry Clarke, who writes in an earlier post: In assessing testimony in a court of law motives are important. Elsewhere they are less so but they pervasively affect our attitudes. Some have argued that… Read More ›
A great post from a survivor of an abusive marriage, addressing the issue of “why do women stay?” and how responses to a survivor are often just victim-blaming instead of true support.
I finally downloaded some pics from my cameraphone, and here are the tiglets. Tigling is 12, and togster is 14, but they still sometimes act like they’re 5. Good on ’em.
There’s a long and involved thread on Feministe right now about the much-bandied-about phrase “I hate children!” The guest blogger, Roy, wonders why open hate speech against children is perfectly ok, when it’s not generally acceptable against other group of… Read More ›