That’s why I wrote this ridiculously long article. I want people to know what’s at stake here. It’s not just a laugh-inducing headline about goggle fetishes. It’s about safety, autonomy, and government overreach. It’s important. … Continue readingA Day Without Porn: or, a very long article by Lynsey G.
So much speculation goes into how the “two” kinds of brains work, and all the nature-versus-nurture, evolution-versus-society talk gets impossibly old… all while people with different gender identities than just “male” and “female” are out there living their lives, exemplifying the fact that “male” and “female” are not the only two categories that humans fall into! … Continue readingLet’s All Freak Out About Arousal Studies
I have been remiss in my duties as a blogger, and I hope you haven’t been left wandering the lonely alleyways of the interwebz, scared and cold, without me. … Continue readingA Links-y Thursday Afternoon
I realized, it’s not that people don’t see Donald Trump for what he is. It’s that nobody cares that a hateful troll of a man is in a better position right now than almost anyone else to become the leader of the industrialized world. … Continue readingDonald Trump = Nobody Cares
Lunch meat–much like sexism–is a tradition that is bad for everyone, but which is considered totally acceptable because it’s so normal. … Continue readingThe Autoblow Vaginal Beauty Contest… is… a thing.
Cytherea, I am a feminist…I am so deeply, deeply sorry about what happened to you, and I am even more sorry that the way I learned about it was by way of hateful groups of people who seek to leverage your experience to support their personal politics. … Continue readingBut Seriously, Why IS Nobody Talking About Cytherea?
What is it that makes the display of the female body for consumption permissible, so long as nipples and pubic hair are not specifically shown? Why is it that women’s bodies can be sexual, so long as they’re never shown actually having sex? Why can’t we own our bodies and do what we want to with them, instead of having some artist or publisher or consumer tell us what’s ok? … Continue readingNew York Comic Con: Post 2 — Boobs are OK, but not BOOBS
Let me reiterate. He knew it was creepy and he still felt ok harassing me, in broad daylight, in full view of dozens of people, for no reason and with no expectation of any significant payoff. Just because he could. … Continue readingHe Knew It Was Creepy… and he still harassed me