Some artwork from Amanda Marcotte’s book “It’s A Jungle Out There”, published by Seal Press, is now online at Dear White Feminists. I wrote about Seal Press a short while ago, here, and y’all know about the current AM/appropriation conversation… Read More ›
Month: April 2008
Brooklynite’s new blog is live (Congratulations!). Check it out at studentactivism.net. The entry that leapt out at me: “Arizona Law Would Ban “Race-Based” Clubs” A bill passed by a committee of the Arizona state legislature would prohibit groups “based in… Read More ›
All over Australia and New Zealand, communities will gather around war memorials to remember those who have died in military service. We will listen to a speech, we will watch the laying of wreaths, we will recite the Ode to the Fallen, and we will listen to the Last Post. Later in the day we will watch those who survived, and those in service today, march to honour the dead. We will be reminded that such sacrifices should never be for unworthy causes.
A dementedly objectifying book, aimed at kids, about why “Mummy” might want to have plastic surgery was profiled in Newsweek recently, and got a lot of people hot under the collar: WhatAreWeTeachingOurChildren, ThisWillCorruptTheValuesOfOurYouth, etc etc etc. Now, the author of… Read More ›
Bugger. My fault for trying to tweak something. Fixing as fast as I can. Fixed now. Sorry.
Large parts of this post are much less relevant since we implemented registration for commentors. If you are administrators of your own blogs, you may still find it educational. The point remains to distinguish between pseudonyms as long-term net aliases… Read More ›
I found video of the RSPCA’s new campaign. Some of the ads are fine. Good, even. One of them? Not so much. Violence against women triggers below the cut. (Bad ones.)