Oct 31 2012

New face around the Manifesto

I’m excited and proud today to welcome a new guest contributor to the Manifesto, fellow Vancouverite and bodily autonomy activist Jamie James.

A pic of Jamie

You’ll probably remember Jamie from his guest posts focussed on his counter-picketing of anti-choice assholes in Vancouver’s east side. Jamie will be a welcome second (well, fourth) pair of hands around the blog as life continues to kick my ass and rob me of the time and energy to blog, while providing me with an endless stream of tantalizing topics.

Jamie’s first post will go up this afternoon, and be sure to check out his blog Haifisch Geweint. You can also follow Jamie on Twitter.

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  1. 1

    That is a baller outfit. :D

    Jamie, I already read your actual blog; what awesomeness have you got lined up for us here?

  2. 2
    Rutee Katreya

    Dude kind of reminds me of Rorschach. Any promises he’s not going to go into a speech about how slut lesbians deserve to get shot, or what have you?

  3. 3

    I’m going to say that the risk of the scenario you describe is pretty remote.

    Judging a person by their appearance is mask-ist. Just sayin’

  4. 4

    Like MF Doom said, just ’cause some people wear a mask, doesn’t mean that they did nothin’.

  5. 5

    I have a teensy crush on you now.

  6. 6

    My first post is half about reaching six months of picketing, and half about how “Hey, you know what? Abortion actually isn’t genocide.”

    And honestly, with the number of stories reaching mainstream media about threats to indigenous sovereignty, I might write about that next. Haven’t decided yet. Thanks for reading!

  7. 7

    Hi Jamie! Welcome!

  8. 8

    Vanouver Canada?

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  10. 10

    Huh. We may actually meet one day, if I ever leave “the island” again.

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