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Homeschooling as a Feminist Act

Ha. Hahahahahahahahaha. Ha. ho. I was once a member of a meetup group for homeschoolers, a group that (at the time) included hundreds of women and, oh, maybe three men. 1,447 more words

Homeschooling In Portland

On Manliness and Joan Didion


First, a parable for manliness in the 21st Century: My daughter, who is four, came with me to the ranch this week. My wife, who stayed home, sent her off looking cute in boots and cowgirl hat over a pair of pigtail braids. 3,537 more words

Caitlin Flanagan on the harm caused by Rolling Stone

The single best analysis I’ve run across regarding the meltdown of Rolling Stone’s story about rape at the University of Virginia campus is by Caitlin Flanagan, the author of… 88 more words


Caitlin Flanagan: We Need Transparency on the Issue of Fraternity Rape

Caitlin Flanagan is a National Magazine Award winner and a contributing editor at The Atlantic, where she recently completed a deep investigation of fraternity culture. She is also bestselling author of… 429 more words

The Real Housewives Of Reality

Confession time: the Real Housewives shows on Bravo, particularly Atlanta, New Jersey, and New York, are my guilty pleasure. I never take away valuable life lessons from these shows, but I just find the people on them entertaining. 360 more words

Michaeline: Popular

For some reason this week I’ve been thinking about the difference between good and popular. Lois McMaster Bujold fans will see a parallel between honor and reputation… 310 more words