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Houston's Assault on Religious Freedom

It’s not the first time and it won’t be the last. But here in America it takes one’s breath away. Here’s the story:

In the spring of 2014 the Houston City Council proposed the Houston Equal Rights Ordinance (HERO). 874 more words

I keep thinking I'm bigger and more masculine than I actually am

I’m not complaining; it’s not a bad thing!  My surroundings sort of facilitate this, which is fine by me.  As a janitor at an elementary school, I spend most of my time, during the work-week, with women and children (if I’m with anyone at all).  558 more words


The Women Project by Carol Rossetti

When looking for a theme, I opted for intersectionality for being something that I acknowledge as a personal issue. It always bothered me the world’s constant attempts to control women’s bodies, behaviors and identities. 94 more words

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Skincare Binge, Harps, Update Stuff

Well I’ve just been kinda faffing around the house lately. I’ve been having trouble getting motivated enough to do my physio stretches today, as well as do other things, like this other post I was putting off. 1,031 more words


City Council Debates Adding Hate Crime Penalties To City Code

By Mike Dunn, Jan Carabeo

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A City Council committee today will debate whether to revise the city’s code of conduct to include hate crimes. 205 more words


Gender Who?

Gender Who?
I am a woman.
My pronoun is “she”
My figure is mature
My speech is articulate
My biology is intact
All the parts—born with— 121 more words


Subpoenaing Sermons

“Show us your sermons.” This was the message of the City of Houston to five area pastors. Last May, Houston’s City Council passed an equal rights ordinance prohibiting “any type of discrimination based on sex, race, color, ethnicity, national origin, age, familial status, marital status, military status, religion, disability, sexual orientation, genetic information, gender identity, or pregnancy” 994 more words