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  1. says

    I think they’re attacking my precious bodily fluids.

    we are. it’s our nectar. we make feminist honey out of it.

  2. says

    Yet another hivemind echochamber blog being powered – in one part, at least – by exogenous œstradiol valerate. Anti-androgen suppression at work ;-)

    I understand there will be a testeronic surge on Wednesdays, PZ. And comments from worker bees are appreciated, rather than drones!

  3. David Marjanović says

    I’ll be on a (nearly) frozen beach in less than 2 weeks ^_^

    “I don’t avoid women, [...] [PZ], but I do deny them my essence.”

    Mmmmm. Feminist honey. :)

    Seconded.

  4. Gregory Greenwood says

    I think they’re attacking my precious bodily fluids.

    Wait a second – don’t all those already belong to the Trophy Wife(TM)?

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    Jadehawk @ 1;

    we are. it’s our nectar. we make feminist honey out of it.

    Awesome.

    Err… I do have one little question – how, if the analogy is to be mantained, do the busy, busy feminist bees go about harvesting the doodly nectar to make that honey? Please tell me it doesn’t involve proboscises… *whimper*

    ;-P

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    saramorris @ 2;

    Mmmmm. Feminist honey.

    You have to love the sweet, sweet intellectual and ethical nourishment that comes from being a decent human being who views women as actual people and not merely living sex toys/incubators. Strange that so many MRA arsehats (but I repeat myself) seem to be so highly allergic to it…

  5. lockout says

    There I was at the train station, in Yonkers. Across the concession stand, there she stood. Tall, physically fit, sandy hair, seemingly fully aware of herself and her surroundings. My mind was transfixed and I couldn’t help but find an excuse to arranging my browsing pattern for a closer look. So I moved closer. She was reading Us magazine.

  6. says

    Alethea:
    I’ll have to see if I can allow users to create specific accounts. It will have to happen in a day or so, seeing as though I’m in the hospital awaiting surgery and without my laptop.

  7. David Marjanović says

    I could log in by linking to various social media but I want an independent one.

    Not possible. Create a WordPress blog. :-/

  8. says

    Yep, Carlie. The gall bladder has got to go.

    I’m trying to be accommodating with comments, but remember it’s just me running this stuff, which is why I tried to include as many logins as possible. If it’s easy to do an independent login, I will, but I’m not promising anything at this point.

  9. Garys says

    I think they’re attacking my precious bodily fluids.

    Please stay away from military airports and especially B-52′s. Thank you very much.
    ;-)

  10. Gregory Greenwood says

    A fantastic website Alexandra, I will eagerly await reading more. Good luck with your operation.

  11. birgerjohansson says

    Are gall bladders individuals? Does this count as a late-term abortion?

  12. kevinalexander says

    Are gall bladders individuals?

    Well,,they do have human DNA so they must have souls.
    Now I have a theological question or religious lurkers. If her gall bladder goes to hell for not accepting Jesus and then later she finds the LORD then does the bladder have the gall to demand salvation too? Or does it have to sit around burning in hell and stinking up the place?

  13. Gregory Greenwood says

    birgerjohansson @ 21;

    Are gall bladders individuals? Does this count as a late-term abortion?

    That makes easily as much sense as most anti-choice blather. How long before we see bill boards of innocent gall bladders popping up across the US, with tag lines like ‘gall bladder surgery is murder!’ and a nationwide ‘save the appendix!’ campaign?

  14. cm's changeable moniker (quaint, if not charming) says

    PSA. (Will x-post in Lounge and Thunderdome.)

    Umm, people posting on the hivemind using FB logins? You’re leaking a lot of somewhat private information. Your friend lists seem to be public, and from a quick recce around my FB privacy settings, there doesn’t seem to be a way to hide them. Add gravatars, and some of those people become recognisable despite alternate nyms here.

    I don’t know what the right solution is.

    FB is evil.

    /PSA

  15. cm's changeable moniker (quaint, if not charming) says

    By way of defense, you can, in FB, hit the privacy cog (top right in the blue bar), then “Privacy Settings”, and change “Who can see your future posts?” and “Limit the audience [blah]“.