Monthly Archives: October 2006

Problem with comments

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Leotards will get a girl in trouble.

TweetA New York high school principal forced three female students to leave school last week because they were wearing beige leotards. I kid you not. On Long Beach High School’s Superhero Day, the students came to school dressed up as Captain Underpants, an extremely popular children’s book character. Because his garb is just underpants and [...]
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Not as bad as the stripper pole, but….

TweetIn honor of the Get in Shape, Girl tape I found in my apartment when I was moving out (yes, it was mine), may I present the 80s version of fucked up toys for girls. Tweet
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Young activists make it happen

TweetStudents at Gallaudet University did an incredible job organizing to protest the board of director’s appointment of Jane K. Fernandes as president. The school of 1,800 students managed to shut down the campus for days, and organized a 2,000+ person arch on the Capitol. And in the end, they won. It’s a great example of [...]
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Cutting domestic violence off one inch at a time.

TweetI’ll admit that when I first read the headline, “Stylists reach out to abused women,� I was extremely skeptical. My anticipation was one of finding that the article would be about giving domestic violence survivors make-overs or something. But Cut It Out is nothing of the sort. The program was created by the Alabama Coalition [...]
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