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I am a fat, loud, smart, occasionally funny, accidentally insightful, bitch of a woman, Pagan, master debater (shut it. I can pun if I want to) who knits to control her OCD, debates on the internets to control her anger management issues, eats to self-medicate for a number of other things and still manages to fall on her face in life regularly. I have opinions; plural, issues; plural and now I have a blog. This won’t be painful or humiliating at all.

If you’re at all interested in photography, please check out my other blog Center Pull Photography.

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  1. Geoff permalink
    January 17, 2013 10:29 PM

    I just stumbled across a piece on Bill Moyer’s website about the Gender Wage Gap with a wonderfully illuminating graphic to illustrate the issue. I figured of all the online voices out there, you would be one to share it with. I know this isn’t related to this post but I couldn’t find a proper contact on here so feel free to delete this once you get the link:

    America’s Perennial Gender Wage Gap
    http://billmoyers.com/2013/01/15/the-state-of-americas-gender-wage-gap/

    Thanks for your amazing blog – I’ve been sharing it around since I was first lead here by C&L. Best wishes.

  2. November 12, 2016 11:04 PM

    I noticed your blog on Facebook and, since I was curious about the safety pin thing, read your excellent article and sent it to my grandaughter, who’s a sweet sheltered girl deeply into this and who I hope never has to diffuse a situation because I fear she is much too “puppies and rainbows” to be able to do so effectively.

    Also, I notice that you say you knit…

    Finally, I’m 76 and, although I grew up with a large vocabulary, there was no language for or discussion of cultural appropriation, which seems to be one of the many things you talk about. A few years ago I read the novel, The Help, and it made me very angry and I couldn’t figure out why, and I couldn’t explain why either. Just that it seemed grotesquely inappropriate. It’s only very recently, in comments such as yours on Rachel Dolezal, that I’ve begun to understand consciously what made me so uncomfortable. And yet, there are incorporations of other cultures that I find beautiful and moving… The world is a strange place.

    Yours,
    Joanna Koss

  3. November 14, 2016 11:11 PM

    You are fantastic!

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