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First Impressions: Always Coming Home by Ursula K. Le Guin

These are my first impressions after reading Always Coming Home (Ursula K. Le Guin; 1985) in October 2008. I will be discussing Always Coming Home in future essays. 618 more words

Feminism

On Indifference and Lost Things

A transparent shade over their eyes,
Eyes that saw through all I said;
Their mouths were full of lies,
Lies that made me recede into my head. 37 more words

Poetry

Apostasy Now Ep 45: Janice Fiamengo - Free Speech Under Siege

Our guest is Professor Janice Fiamengo from the University of Ottawa Canada, a rational and brave champion of free speech on University campuses. In spite of the fact that university should be the very place to debate differences of perspective a frightening regime of students and faculty have decided that they must be the deciders of morality and truth. 70 more words

Apostasy Now Podcast

First Impressions: Into the Forest by Jean Hegland

These are my first impressions after reading Into the Forest (Jean Hegland; 1996) in September 2012. I will be discussing Into the Forest in future essays. 361 more words

Apocalypse

Lady Bits episode 13: Feminism for the Whole Family

Jacqui and LeMar discuss bell hooks’ week-long residency at The New School, Roxane Gay’s Bad Feminist, and the widespread effects of living under the gaze of male white supremacy. 28 more words

Podcast

A Better Human Sacrifice

There are many ways to improve a civilization.

Civilization improves when people start doing some things.

Like growing crops.

Or bathing more than annually.

And Civilization improves when people stop doing other things. 267 more words

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