Monthly Archives: October 2010

Sons of Anarchy Pokes Fun at Sarah Palin

TweetI’ve never watched the TV series Sons of Anarchy and had to rely on good ol’ Wikipedia to find out that it’s a fictional show about a motorcycle club in California of the same name. It appeared on my radar yesterday via Twitter after seeing numerous anti-choice users getting salty about the show’s coverage of [...]
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Keep Nancy Goldstein in the running to be WaPo’s Next Great Pundit!

TweetA few weeks ago, I noted that the finalists in WaPo’s competition, in which first prize is a spot on the paper’s op-ed page for several weeks, were rather pale and male. Now, the contest is down to the final four (two men, two women, all four of whom are white) and it’s time to [...]
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Yankees fans taunt Red Sox fans with homophobic chant

TweetTrigger warning: This video contains footage of homophobic bullying and will make you dislike Yankees fans even more than you might already. From Sociological Images, here is video footage of Yankees fans taunting Red Sox fans with a homophobic chant, ironically (unintentional, I’m sure) set to the tune of “YMCA” by the Village People. The [...]
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Bad body image day songs

TweetSome days, I don’t feel that great about my body. Some days, I’ll wake up and look in the mirror as I get into the shower and wish my body were different. Some days are just bad body image days. Almost everyone has them, and the people who don’t are people whose resilience and realistic [...]
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What We Missed

TweetRH Reality Check has a breakdown of the most extreme candidates up for election next week and some of their positions. It’s a bit frightening. Have you checked out the Feministing Campus blog lately? Pockets of Understanding by Winter Trabex, is one not to miss. Author and Academic Judith “Jack” Halberstam publishes this response to [...]
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