Month: April 2005

Weekend Reads

Feminism Shakespeare’s Sister: Women, They’re Coming For You Next Unscrewing the Inscrutable: The A Word and the Filibuster Culture Kitchen: Are Men Afraid of Us? Burningman: Andrea Dworkin, “I’m a Radical Feminist, Not the Fun Kind” Whirled View: That Harvard…

Happy Birthday, Bettie!

If it weren’t for Waveflux, I wouldn’t have known it was Bettie Page’s birthday. Shame on me. After all, my haircut is based on hers. Sexiest woman ever (aside from yours truly, of course).

Winner!

Someone sent me the link to the OSSCAS blog award, but it got lost during my blogging vacation. To my surprise, I won! I won best “Real Life” Blog and 2nd place overall. My winnings include a brand new redesign…

Like a Pop Novel

Juicy Studio thinks my website is as readable as a popular novel. Unfortunately this test cannot measure interest and enjoyment levels, but I do take pride in that most of the bloggers I read have a way of making complex…

I’m Going To Sleep For the Next Year

I just got an email from the university telling me that I am “required to attend” an “Internet Workshop” for “mandatory internet training” because the school I am placed in for student teaching has “networked internet.” Good holy goddess. Shoot…

Feminisms: A Survey

Bitch Ph.D. recently wrote a piece on feminisms, but as a favor to a friend, I’d like to comb your brains for some additional definitions. She is doing a paper on feminism and nomothetic identity traits and wants some personal…

NPM: Yellow Rage

You wanna butter me up like you butter your rice and tie me down to your bed of stereotypes. Via Shannon, this slam poetry duo of two Philly-based, Asian-American women kicks some serious ass. They are sarcastic, righteous, defiant, funny,…