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ATTRIBUTION: Joreen, U.S. feminist and author. From “The Bitch Manifesto,” originally published in Ms. magazine in 1969. As quoted in The Decade of Women, by Suzanne Levine and Harriet Lyons (1980).
Category Archives: Floats You Missed
The article‘s fairly good. The focus is rheumatoid arthritis/RA, but I’m used to that. This stopped me cold: If your rheumatologist won’t prescribe pain medications, seek out a pain management doctor to get your pain levels under control. And find … Continue reading
Yeah, I’ll be there. I’ll even read something. Press Street HQ | 3718 St. Claude Ave. New Orleans, LA 70117 409.550.4882 TUESDAY August 18 @ 7:00 PM CDT
There. I said that shit. What Does Gun Violence Really Cost? Mother Jones, May/June 2015. Why the lack of solid data? A prime reason is that the National Rifle Association and other influential gun rights advocates have long pressured political … Continue reading
I laughed outloud. With the joy of revenge and destruction. I think I want this game. Free today at iTunes. HT: Kinja Deals.
About a week before the Louisiana Legislature convened, state Rep. Dalton Honore trekked to Denver for field research related to legislation he’s pushing in Louisiana. The journey brought him just a few blocks from the Colorado State Capitol, to a … Continue reading
But, this distrust can be pervasive, spreading to a general skepticism about the truthfulness of their own accounts of their own experiences. If women’s feelings aren’t really to be trusted, then naturally their recollections of certain things that have happened … Continue reading
Legislation seeks to define life as beginning at conception. The [New Orleans] Advocate, 4/7/15. The proposed constitutional provision, Senate Bill 80, is narrowly tailored to address the right to life of the unborn. But those opposing propositions similar to Louisiana’s say … Continue reading