What we missed

Margaret Cho goes in, and it’s amazing.

Ex-Marine brother fights for his brother’s right to gay marreh. Awes.

Openly gay Native American woman elected to state legislature in Minnesota. Yahhh midwest!

Lori at On the Issues on 40 years of access to abortion in NY. What’s it been like?

The power and potential of Jay-Z rethinking sexism vis-a-vis the birth of Blue Ivy. Could this be a change we can believe in?

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  1. Posted January 12, 2012 at 9:02 pm | Permalink

    I second Margaret Cho and I do love the pic of her butt: That is a very elegant tattoo, if I may say so

  2. Posted January 13, 2012 at 2:47 pm | Permalink

    Minor correction: per Jarhead friends of mine, the only “Ex-Marine” is one whose been dishonorably discharged. Anyone else is a “FORMER Marine”. They get touchie about distinctions like this. :-)

  3. Posted January 14, 2012 at 1:33 pm | Permalink

    I think Jay-Z has been on a road out of misogyny for awhile now. I remember earlier this year he stayed in his seat and refused to applaud after Chris Brown’s performance in some awards show. He’s come a long way from his oh-so-very offensive “Girls” song and video.

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