Daily Archives: July 6, 2010

I’m not gonna diss you on the Internet/ Cos my momma taught me better than that

Howdy y’all! I’m Aminatou and yes, I’m a converted Texan (Hook ’em Horns!) I’m so excited to be here for the next 2 weeks. If it doesn’t work out, blame Jill but if you end up loving me please remember … Continue reading

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Google Says the World Was Made, Made Pretty By Men

Like Frau Sally Benz, I was excited to see Frida Kahlo in all her beautiful, feminist glory on the Google homepage today – I love her! Then I had to ask the question I always ask: “How many women versus … Continue reading

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Kathleen Parker follows up; this time she doesn’t see race

Man oh man. I appreciate all your insightful comments on my post about Kathleen Parker last Friday afternoon. There was a lot of blogosphere anger directed at Parker from many different blogs and media outlets, so one would think maybe … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday Frida Kahlo

My love for Frida Kahlo is far from secret, but apparently Google loves her too! That, or they’re running out of people to celebrate on the homepage. Either way, happy birthday to Frida, an incredible artist, a fearless woman, and … Continue reading

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Win Ticket to Planned Parenthood’s Fundraiser: Summer, Sex and Spirits

Planned Parenthood NYC’s Summer, Sex and Spirits annual fundraiser is coming up this Thursday, July 8. Location: Museum of Sex, 233 5th Ave @ 27th St. New York, NY Date: 7/8/2010 from 8:00 pm – 11:00 pm (Eastern Time) Hosted … Continue reading

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Howdy, Y’all!

Hi there, feminists on the internet. So nice of you to invite me over for a couple weeks – let me know if I use too many dishes or if hanging my bras on the bathroom door is not what … Continue reading

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