Monthly Archives: November 2005

Supreme Court meets on abortion tomorrow

TweetThe Supreme Court will meet tomorrow to start hearing arguments on Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood, the court’s first abortion case in five years. On a conference call last night for bloggers, speakers from NARAL Pro-Choice America, the ACLU Reproductive Freedom Project and NARAL Pro-Choice New Hampshire explained that Ayotte is about a hell of a [...]
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And you thought Abercrombie was bad

Tweet I found the jackpot of offensive t-shirts after seeing an ad for the company in The Onion. What kills me is that a lot of the shirts are anti-Bush, liberal-ish types. And then there are shirts like the one above. Sigh. More shirts after the jump. Tweet
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It’s all about priorities

Tweet Cause the only way to respect your body is to wait for someone to pay for it. By this logic, I wonder if it’s cool to have oral in exchange for some earrings. Via Shakespeare’s Sister. Tweet
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Check mate or playmate?

TweetThe good news: There are more women in chess than ever before. The bad news: They’re being noticed because of the way they look, not the way they play. The New York Times reports on women in competitive chess who are showing off more than their brain power to get noticed in the traditionally male-dominated [...]
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Teen People pulls story on racist twin duo Prussian Blue

Tweet Goodness. Apparently Teen People was planning on running an article on Prussian Blue, the scary twins that sing about “white pride” and crushing on Hitler. Teen People nixed a story about Hitler-loving teenybopper twins Prussian Blue – amid outrage that the glossy had promised to avoid the words “hate,” “supremacist” and “Nazi” in its [...]
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