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Monthly Archive: July 2010

Jul 31 2010

How should men approach and participate in feminism?

Question from a reader: “I recently had a rather disastrous experience where I attempted to engage a group of feminists in an amicable discussion, where I tried to present a male perspective on the issues they were raising, in the hopes that they would either point out where I was mistaken, or take the perspective …

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Jul 31 2010

Nothing’s too hard for God

The newest comic from Something Positive seems strangely appropriate for my blogathon:If you’re not reading SP, I command you to start now. And read all the back story. I’ve been reading that comic since I was 13, and have yet to be disappointed. This is post 27 of 49 of Blogathon. Pledge a donation to …

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Jul 31 2010

Secularism and LGBT issues Know no Borders

This is a guest post by Mike Brownstein, political science graduate student and blogger at Politics and Pucks. At the SSA conference last week, Greta Christina said one thing that has been on my mind all week. She said that the secular movement is the first political movement where she has been a part of …

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Jul 31 2010

Sassy Gay Friend helps Eve

Why has no one introduced me to these videos yet? I’m convinced it’s some sort of conspiracy. There’s no other explanation why an enormous fag hag like myself hadn’t seen them yet. I picked the one with Eve since I figured you would appreciate it, but they’re all hilarious. Check out the Sassy Gay Friend …

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Jul 31 2010

Pole dancing classes offered to girls 9 and up

This story has officially broken the Feminist Analyzer in my brain (no, it doesn’t come standard – you have to get in installed and make sure to keep it updated). A fitness center in Canada is offering pole dancing class for girls ages 9 and up, and even younger for private lessons. I’m mentally flip …

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Jul 31 2010

New art contest: Celestial soul portraits

My sister-in-law Erin has linked me to what must be the most fabulous thing to ever grace the internet: Celestial Soul Portraits! An artist will do a “magical” portrait of you by taking “normal” photos that represent “the real you,” getting “your unique essence,” and “transforming” it into a Celestial Soul Portrait (his use of …

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Jul 31 2010

Results from my modern art contest

A little while ago I challenged you guys to write the best summary you could of the painting I did at age 2 that would make it worthy of an art museum.Here are my favorites! Most creative interpretation: Chabneruk “Genius rarely shows itself in a pure, elementary form. But the early work of Jennifer McCreight …

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Jul 31 2010

Dealing with death

From formspring.me: How do you personally come to terms with “having to close the book before it reaches the climax”? For anyone who’s confused, that’s a line I use in a post earlier today for describing death. And to be honest, I don’t have a very satisfying answer. I just kind of… don’t think about …

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Jul 31 2010

Just in case you haven’t rage punched your screen yet today

…here you go. Transcript: “When I decided to homeschool my six year old son, I told him we were going to do “Dinosaur Week”. Which turned into “Dinosaur Month”… at the least! We watched “Walking With Dinosaurs” and a lot of other documentaries. He’s a pretty smart kid, too, so even he ended up saying …

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Jul 31 2010

Welcome to Atheistopia!

Loving County, Texas is the only county in the US that does not have a single religious group:…What? That’s because the whole county only has a population of 67? Oh, well then. They have plenty of space if we all move there, then! Just think, a place for all the ostracized atheists in the US. …

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