Lots of home improvement at my house. Yesterday I got the wood floors in the front room redone, today I cut my grass after realizing the backyard had gone from having long grass to epic grass, and tonight, I paint the filthy-walled spare room in the basement.
In the meantime I have many, many excellent posts collected for your perusal.
At Preemptive Karma, Carla discusses her abortion with no regrets.
Scott Lemieux states the obvious: Overturning Roe Will Not “Return the Issue to the States”
Twisty has a very unusual afternoon indeed. Brings new meaning to “spinster aunt.”
Jacqui writes on an odd conundrum: being a feminist without female friends. I tend to have this problem myself.
SZ positively skewers a nasty book set to be published soon, a book suggested for men who are trying to “win” custody and avoid paying child support. Because it’s about the money, not the children.
Shakespeare’s Sister explains why Adam Corolla stinks. I personally find “stinks” to be an understatement.
At the Alley Notebooks, Alley Rat dissects why women cheat.
The awesome Lynne D. Johnson has a round-up of her own on feminist hip-hop blogging. Great stuff.
Do conservatives see women as inferior?
Fred Vincy discusses sexism and sports broadcasting.
Shelley takes a look at blogging, Blogher, and “terror.”
A look at John McCain on abortion.
Pornography: Objectification or Free Speech? The debate rages on, this time, with Noam Chomsky.
No authority but herself: an interesting article on anarchist feminism on a social anarchist site.
Dr. Laura’s Worst Nightmare takes a look at blogging, legitimacy, and “mommy blogs.”
And a must-read on a woman named Mina.
America’s most liberal and conservative cities aren’t quite what you’d think.
In case you didn’t know, DNA is very liberal.
Ryan takes a look at the conservative habit of questioning the patriotism of liberals.
Finally! Malkin vs. Malkin.
Chuck discusses the silliness of a White House objection to the .xxx domain.
Support our troops: Send them back to Iraq with PTSD.
SCOTUS could do without so much niceness.
At Reclaiming Medusa, an article on the corporate takeonver of and advertising to children in the public schools.
Creationism classes gear up in Indiana. Dr. Myers has the story.
The Drunken Lagomorph asks, Do you want your plumber to tell you you’re going to hell? Um, no, I want my toilet to flush.
Half-Changed World has had a wonderful series on gender, housework, and professional work.
Your mommy hates housework and your daddy hates housework
Divison of Labor
What’s the signal?