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Referencing the ‘Gurus’

Referencing and quoting authors in your Unit one written exam as well as self evaluations is something highly recommended and will help your grade.  This can be quite tricky, especially remembering an entire quote! 755 more words

Audrey reviews Ask a Queer Chick by Lindsay King-Miller

Obviously, it’s an advice book. Yes! It’s based on an advice column from the website the Hairpin. Ask a Queer Chick is in chapter format, not Q-and-A, so it’s nicely conversational, but it’s derived from a whole mess of questions from a whole phalanx of queer chicks (and not queer chicks) of varying degrees of queerness. 331 more words

Lesbrary Reviews

Review: Prophet's Prey

(reblogged from Canadian Cinephile)

Amy J. Berg’s Prophet’s Prey is infuriating. It contends with Warren Steed Jeffs, the current leader of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. 196 more words


School Apologizes For Teaching About White Privilege

(reblogged from Bossip)

A high school in Virginia has had to apologize to the student body after several white parents were upset about their children learning the harsh… 49 more words


Headline Analyzer: A Free Tool For Better Headlines

(reblogged from Nicholas Rossi)

Lucy, my lovely blonde blogger/writer friend, recently had a guest post by Rachael Ritchey, on the subject of writing the perfect headline for your posts. 90 more words


The role of LEAD in damaging brains and contributing to violence

an astonishing body of evidence. We now have studies at the international level, the national level, the state level, the city level, and even the individual level. 2,072 more words


South Australian nuclear waste import plan simply cannot succeed

Given the wildly optimistic price for waste modelled by the mid-scenario, not to mention the 56,000 tonnes of waste left over with no costed solution, and with all the uncertainties in developing the new technologies required, the simple conclusion is that this plan is simply all risk with no reward. 674 more words