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The Femenstein Monster

When I first started this blog, I had no intention of making it so feminist-specific. I really didn’t.

However, more and more, I had many, many people – mainly men – wishing to silence me. 227 more words

Feminism

Wayne O'Brien Sealy Visited me in Boston

BARBADOS.   Naked, in January, 2016, I met a man name Wayne Obrien Sealy who says he owns his own business LCW Carpentry.  At the time he was in new York while I’m in Boston. 1,204 more words

Naked Departure

Get on Our Level

The other day I was scrolling through Facebook and caught a glimpse of this gem: 291 more words

Life

Smoke and Ashes by Danica Winters

With a mysterious arsonist on the loose in Missoula, fire inspector Kevin Jensen saves more than Heather Sampson’s house. The sexy single father rescues her from an abusive marriage—and discovers his own past failures don’t have to rule his life. 453 more words

Books

Fragmentary Friday: Nemesis, Helen's Other Mother

Pausanias, 1.33.7

“The Greeks claim that Nemesis was Helen’s mother and that Leda nursed her and raised her.”

Ἑλένῃ Νέμεσιν μητέρα εἶναι λέγουσιν Ἕλληνες, Λήδαν δὲ μαστὸν ἐπισχεῖν αὐτῇ καὶ θρέψαι 575 more words

Greek

Roosh Valizadeh: 'Punish' Women Who Hate Trump by 'Withholding Your Cock'

Plenty of skeezy characters are supporting megalomaniacal blowhard Donald Trump for president, but neomasculinist pickup artist Roosh Valizadeh is easily one of the most repulsive. Valizadeh, who’s been steadily drifting toward outright neo-Nazism in the past couple of years, views Trump as someone who “represents ideas of beauty, tradition, truth, and nationalism.” Trump’s opponents, on the other hand, represent “ugliness, degeneracy, lies, and globalism, though mostly ugliness,” which is why Roosh came up with an, er,  732 more words

Sexism

Lil Kim, Lemonade and Black Girl Pain

Almost a week later, people are still high on Beyoncé’s Lemonade.

Despite repeated attempts from detractors, no one has been able to burst our Black girl bubble. 1,024 more words

Black Women