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Crip Dyke, Right Reverend Feminist FuckToy of Death & Her Handmaiden

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Date registered: 5 August 2011

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  1. July Online Gender Workshop: An exercise in the utility of definitions — 18 July 2014
  2. Online Gender Workshop 3 — 11 June 2014
  3. Online Gender Workshop 2* — 9 June 2014
  4. I am Power-Mad Drunk on Intoxicating Power! — 8 June 2014

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  1. Online Gender Workshop 2* — 64 comments
  2. Online Gender Workshop 3 — 37 comments
  3. I am Power-Mad Drunk on Intoxicating Power! — 22 comments
  4. July Online Gender Workshop: An exercise in the utility of definitions — 13 comments

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Jul 18 2014

July Online Gender Workshop: An exercise in the utility of definitions

When last we left our intrepid workshoppers, one month ago, we had had a rollicking discussion of definitions of gender, sex, and related terms. One of the things that came out of that discussion is that when we are each pressed to define exactly what each of us as individuals mean by each person’s specific, …

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Jun 11 2014

Online Gender Workshop 3

I’m going to apologize upfront. First, this is a day late. Real life has intervened, and it looks like every other day may end up being the schedule. I want to keep the momentum of one post a day, and I will try again to do that, but family responsibilities and an upcoming law final …

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Jun 09 2014

Online Gender Workshop 2*

You’ll note that we now have a separate thread for each exercise set. I won’t go back (if it’s even possible) to pull out exercises 5-8 and your responses from the first thread, but starting now we’ll be able to have people continue one discussion (on say, the video exercises, where it looks like Sundays …

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Jun 08 2014

I am Power-Mad Drunk on Intoxicating Power!

As many of you may know, just less than a week ago some earnest questions were asked – to the Horde generally – about gender by morgan (frequent, though apparently not current, epitheter of metaphors). morgan’s questions reduced to a more fundamental one: “Why is constructively engaging gender so damn hard?” This is something about …

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