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Dear girl I used to judge

I used to judge you. I used to judge you a lot. In fact I was so obsessed with pointing out that you were a hypocrite that I myself became one. 554 more words

The Body I Live In: Martha Shareski


bod·y

/ ‘bädē/

noun

  1. the physical structure of a person, including the bones, flesh, and organs.

pos·i·tiv·i·ty

/ˌpäzəˈtivədē/

noun

  1. the practice of being or tendency to be positive or optimistic in attitude.
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The White Male vs. the Jew

Hopefully this will upload correctly as I’m on my way out the door here. Enjoy!

Listen here:

http://www.talkshoe.com/tc/139435

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Orwell’s Daughter

"Reverse Opinions" a poem for Rebel Yell

You call me angry
But you, have a million ways to hate me
So this isn’t anger / this is my confused face.

these lines on my forehead are… 252 more words

#poetry

Fake Feminism & the Wee Free Women

I don’t suppose you could really call Cailleach an Deacoin a feminist. Mind you, ‘she’ certainly harboured political ambition. For the uninitiated, the Cailleach was the persona assumed by Murdo Matheson of South Lochs, a female impersonator well before the time of Eddie Izzard, or Lily Savage. 926 more words

poem : i see him now & he is smiling .

all it took was seeing your face. i didn’t think i was so weak. you are so far inside me that you might as well be fucking me… 111 more words

Poetry

#OTD in 1870 – Birth of Eva Gore-Booth, poet, trade unionist and feminist, on the Lissadell Estate in Co Sligo.

Eva Selina Laura Gore-Booth was an Irish poet and dramatist, and a committed suffragist, social worker and labour activist. She was born at Lissadell House, Co Sligo, the younger sister of Constance Gore-Booth, later known as the Countess Markievicz. 404 more words

Irish History