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It’s been a while since we’ve talked about search terms.

Because it’s fun to see what brings people here. dildo organic — Huh. I have probably made reference to organic foods. I may have made passing reference to dildos. But I do not recall every having made reference to an

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Blog Note

Just a quick note to say that posting volume may be lighter and/or “fluffier” than normal for the next few weeks to couple of months. The semester is in full swing again. I’ve started a Friday Creative Writing Workshop with

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2013 Year in Review: Top 5

Continued from here, it’s now time for the Top 5 posts, in terms of overall page views (which I realize is partly a reflection of what and where I choose to share), of 2013. As before, credit goes to Feministing

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2013 Year in Review: 6th-10th

Idea blatantly stolen from Feministing. While my blog is nowhere near as heavily trafficked or as popular, I do think a little reflection can be both fun and instructive. So, the first half of my own 10 most popular posts

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Happy Halloween: Intermittent Interesting Links

Yes, more. Divergent at Red Pen Reviews (contains spoilers) — “Where Divergent succeeds, it does so on the strength of Beatrice herself, who renames herself Tris at the start of her initiation. She’s been raised to Abnegation, but she doesn’t

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Links! Of Interesting! And Intermittentness!

FYI, “intermittentness” is officially a word. I have just now decreed it. A word I freaking HATE in its current usage by CaitieCat at Fullmetal Feminist (discusses language, genitals, transitioning, and transmisogyny): “Junk.” I loathe this usage. In fact, if

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Dear Troll

Dear Troll, Thank you for letting me finish my first cup of coffee before I read your bullshit this morning. Dear New Coffee Maker, Thank you for brewing faster than our old coffee maker. Dear Email, Thanks for loading slowly,

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Note

After some feedback on the layout — namely, that the light text on dark background is difficult for some folks to read — I’m playing with the themes, trying to find something that works for readers as well as for

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Dog Days of Summer Guest Blogging

Opening up Anytime Yoga for guest posting again. I’ve had a hectic, frazzled, non-restorative summer, so I’m partly at a place where I’m “meh” about blogging. I mean, I still want to do it — but it’s sometimes nice to

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Irregularly Scheduled Links Round Up

Stuff that was neat. Polemic: I do not care that you think you can’t hit women by Miranda Freawine at The True and Entirely Disrespectful Confessions of a Former Teenage Blackbelt: I, personally, do not give a shit that you

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More PP Postings

So. June happens to include the anniversaries of Bowers v. Hardwick, a Supreme Court case that affirmed there was no right to engage in “homosexual sodomy,” as well as Lawrence v. Texas, the case that overturned Bowers, on account of

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Also, Links

Recent and not-so-recent. Women Are Not Their Own Worst Beauty Critics by Imran Siddiquee at Miss Representation — “So to say women are their own “worst critics” when it comes to beauty puts the blame on women for a beauty-obsessed,

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More Posts I Meant to Write

Still a little low on inspiration points, so I’m going to do some dashboard housekeeping instead. These are titles of posts I meant to write at one time but no longer plan to finish (or, in some cases, really start).

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The Bathroom Bill & Other Winners

On the state of LGBTQ-related legislation in Arizona. While the state’s current adoption statute allows unmarried people, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, to petition to adopt, only a “husband and wife” may jointly adopt children. It does not

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Anti-Gay & Anti-Trans Legislation in the US

In honor of the International Day Against Homophobia and Transphobia tomorrow, I wrote about the United States’ recent past with anti-gay and anti-trans legislation at PPAZ: … a lot of the bias remains in what’s not covered — people and

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Another Search Terms Post

Because it’s that time of year again. Far enough into the year that all the end of year stuff needs to be done right now, not far enough that it’s already been taken care of. It’s longer work hours and

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Links!

“Yoga Body”: The Conspiracy by Danielle Prohom Olson at body divine yoga — “The implication that rippling abs can be yours with a couple of yoga classes a week is obviously motivated by profit. It is the creation of yoga

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Links & More Links

Does Waxing Get Rid of Crabs? by Anna at the Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona Blog — “First, in January, the claim surfaced that pubic lice (colloquially known as crabs) are being driven to extinction as their natural habitat is

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Blogroll

I’m updating mine. Who should I add?

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Linky Links

My Students are Not “My Customers” by Michelle at Balancing Jane — ‘His attitude, though, and the idea that I was “on his dime” is one that is becoming increasingly popular on college campuses. Students are now seen as “customers.”

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