Items of interest found recently in my RSS feed. What did I miss? Please share what you've been reading (and writing!) in the comments. Yay Diversity – “When having been charged with hiring employees at previous jobs, I never discriminated… Read More ›
Month: February 2010
Not so Wordless Wednesday
This just dropped into my inbox.
“Saying conjoined twins are disabled is insulting!”: Evelyn Evelyn, redux
[Cross-posted to Disabled Feminists] Something that has really struck me about the conversations around Evelyn Evelyn is the reaction that “Conjoined twins don’t have a disability! To say they do is insulting!” Not all commenters make the link between the… Read More ›
This was on SBS last night. The second film in Channel 4’s landmark documentary series focuses on the younger children in the group of seven overweight youngsters on their journey towards adulthood, to find out what it really feels like… Read More ›
Quickhit: Abbott says homelessness a choice
The Age: Bible bashing the homeless, Abbott style Since my thread on “Abbott said what now?” has already evolved to cover more than one incident, I’m keeping comments on this post closed and will add this latest to the thread… Read More ›
Kevin07 isn’t the Left Messiah, he’s just a conservative boy
So, Rudd’s allegedly said something that is appallingly socially conservative and anti-feminist. Oh wow, what a huge surprise and disappointment, are these scales I see falling from my eyes?…NOT.
So, am I missing out if I don’t jump onto the formspring bandwagon?
I see on twitter etc that quite a few of my fellow bloggers are setting up formspring pages. I’m more than a little reluctant to add to my already formidable array of social network thingummies. Those of you that are… Read More ›
Femmostroppo Reader – February 13, 2010
Items of interest found recently in my RSS feed. What did I miss? Please share what you've been reading (and writing!) in the comments. Did the fathers of modern obstetrics murder more women than Jack the Ripper? – Dissection of… Read More ›
Endangered Sunday: Year of the Tiger
Extrapolations from the current rates of poachers killing wild tigers predict that there could well be zero tigers living in the wild by the next Chinese Year of the Tiger in 2022.
Piers Akerman quotes a statement nobody else can find – is anybody surprised?
The arithmetic skills, not so hot, are they?