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Category Archive: Blogathon

May 05 2013

[Blogathon] Say Hi to Ally Fogg!

So this is a cheater post because I’m on a bus with spotty wifi at best, no place to put my laptop, and an overactive heater. BUT You should go check out Heteronormative Patriarchy for Men, written by the lovely brilliant Ally Fogg. He’s our latest arrival to FtB, and would probably like some shiny …

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May 05 2013

[Blogathon] Wildly Inappropriate Things to Say to People With Eating Disorders

1. But you’re not skinny! I swear to god, you’d think daring to have an eating disorder while not being rail skinny was the equivalent of wandering around yelling “I WAS MURDERED” while still breathing. No. Staaaahp. 2. But if you don’t think you’re thin enough, what does that make me?! Bad at understanding mental …

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May 05 2013

[Blogathon] Your Jerkbrain is a Puppy & Coping With Anxiety

Look at this face. Would you yell at this face?

I’m posting every hour on the hour until 6pm for SSAWeek! This post was suggested by William Brinkman. Have something you want me to write about? Donate $20 or more to the Secular Student Alliance and tweet me! An Exercise in Imperfect Analogies Treat your jerkbrain like a puppy. Do you scream when your fuzzy pup pees a little on …

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May 05 2013

[Blogathon] Bimodal Personalities and the Myers-Briggs

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[Part 1 of a topic suggested by @mmace134] The Myers-Briggs Personality Test is very, very popular. It’s used as a predictor of career paths, of relationship styles, of leadership ability. Basically, you take the test and answer a bunch of questions like “Do you enjoy having a wide circle of acquaintances?” (To which you can only …

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