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Wednesday Evening Potpourri

This is one of those entries where I write about several things – each of which could fill a blog entry in itself, but I want to write about them all, and I’m greedy. 1,010 more words

Pro-choice, pro-life, or pro-abortion?

The whole abortion debate is a hot one in Mississippi, as the state fails to close its last abortion clinic in Jackson.  Tempers flare quickly when the pro-choice topic comes up, but much fuss is over a lack of understanding rather than an actual difference of opinion, at least in my case. 1,579 more words

Just Gia

Her Flyness

I have always been pretty spectacular. I didn’t always know it but I have ALWAYS been an AMAZING human being. Maybe not so humble but I have lost time to make up for.  995 more words


ANDROCENTRISM AUGURS APOCALYPSE "...the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse on steroids." by Perry Mann


“Mother Earth is a nurturing home of all life and should be revered and loved as in premodern (Paleolithic and archaic) societies. Ecosystematic malaise and abuse is rooted in androcentric concepts, values, and institutions. 1,052 more words

Being infertile in a third world country

So, there is something spectacularly ironic about being infertile in a third world country. So many unwanted pregnancies as a result of poor education, lack of empowerment and unequal sexual relations. 330 more words

Happy Bday Bb

If I would have had my baby, it would have turned five on Monday. Five! Wow. 

I’m not sure how I feel about it. I know I made the right choice. 107 more words