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I don't want children. But my stretch marks are still beautiful.

Stretch marks. Those tiny and sometimes not so tiny pink lightning bolts that adorn most of our bodies. They signify life. They signify change. And often, they signify you’ve created. 708 more words

Why We Need Feminism

Extraterrestrials and gender

Humans generally come in male and female, with a few inbetween individuals.

But what about extraterrestrials?

Today’s featured article on Wikipedia is Ursula K. Le Guin’s… 303 more words


Salma Hayek is the latest woman to complain about Trump’s advances

Mexican actress Salma Hayek has a personal Donald Trump story, and it’s not very flattering.

She told a Los Angeles Calif. radio station on Oct. 21 that the Republican presidential candidate… 225 more words


Not much else enhances bleakness more than a winter making it’s stamp on the land with autumn as it’s forerunner. There are two ways to look at our future, embrace the crisps cold days in the warmth of huggable thick pullovers and the protective nature of gloves against delicate fingers and eyes burning in the view of golden leaves tumbling in the breeze or we can envelop into the future painted with wiry leafless trees sporadically lining pastures below misty cold grey skies with no outlook for change. 683 more words


Nathan R – Being Groped in VR

((trigger warning: discussion of sexual assault))

Hi All,

I came across this article and I thought it was worth passing on. It’s about a sexual assault in virtual reality. 51 more words

Ghosts of Hallowe'en Past

One of the roots of Hallowe’en is All Souls/All Saints, the night when spirits can pass through easily from one side to the other. I love the imagery of the Day of the Dead, with its marigolds and sugar skulls.  1,107 more words