Month: November 2009

Otterday! And Open Thread.

It’s hard to dislike the charming Otter Story website. The UK illustrator responsible says he’s working on a book, so keep your eyes peeled. ~~~ Please feel free to use this thread to natter about anything your heart desires. Is… Read More ›

2 Melbourne Labradors need a good home

I received this as a forwarded email, so I’m keeping personal details unpublished but will pass the email details of anyone genuinely interested along to the original author, who has to move overseas and cannot take them along. Cookie and Coco are just 3 years old and deeply attached to each other, so they desperately want to place them together. They are also accustomed to small children.

Friday Hoyden: Sister Donna Quinn

Sister Donna Quinn, a Dominican nun, has been involved in pro-choice activism in the United States for many years. From escorting women into clinics and protesting anti-choice legislation to fighting for women’s access to all levels of the religious hierarchy,… Read More ›

Dream Home?

This isn’t my dream home. I’m not sure what I’d do with six kitchens and twelve toilets, apart from endless cleaning [can you imagine the mess the kids could make?]. I know for certain that I’d feel weird sending guests… Read More ›


I finally finished another long post for FWD/Forward (Feminists with Disabilities), a rewrite of a Hoyden post about linguistic reclamation that I made long ago. Reclamation: thoughts from a fat hairy uppity lame bitch And just for fun, I made… Read More ›