Monthly Archives: October 2005

FWD: If women ran the world.

Tweet This is just one pic of many from this forward that someone had the audacity to send me this week. Check out the rest of the pics below, the last one is my favorite. While I usually ignore forwards such as these, I couldn’t help gritting my teeth when it said at the bottom, [...]
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Crowned in Cleats

TweetWhile I find high school homecoming court crap to be a tad ridiculous, I was pleased to find that Lincoln High School’s football team has a female kicker who, during halftime, walked across the field in her uniform to be crowned. Awesome. Lentz is a senior at the school in Charleston, West Virginia, and decided [...]
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Reminder: Sex segregation in school still exists.

TweetThe National Women’s Law Center (NWLC) released a really great report yesterday titled, “Tools of the Trade: Using the Law to Address Sex Segregation in High School Career and Technical Education.” The report contains data from twelve different states — Arizona, California, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina and Washington [...]
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The logic of haters

TweetYou’ve gotta love how deluded people can be: The Ku Klux Klan plans to rally in Austin to support the gay marriage amendment set for the Nov. 8 ballot. The rally planned on the steps of city hall the Saturday before the election will urge voters to favor proposition 2. However, some who support proposition [...]
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What’s your fantasy?

Tweet Check out the latest from Mikhaela Reid, What’s Your Fantasy? Mine involves a Ad Rock-John Stewart hybrid. Tweet
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