For those of you who don’t know, I was a rubella baby. I came with the full complement of symptoms, vision loss, hearing loss, congenital heart issues, and learning disabilities. I’m luckier than some, but not as lucky as most. Lucky isn’t everything either. I still can’t drive. I still wear a hearing aid, a scleral shell, and my eye… Read more →
Last week I watched Orange is the New Black the Netflix original television show based on Piper Kerman’s book of the same name. This review will contain spoilers, but first – a caveat: If you read the book and you hated it, and you haven’t watched the show you SHOULD. Because the show is brilliant. If you watched the show… Read more →
About a half an hour ago Representative Thompson from Texas spoke words that broke my heart. They weren’t words about how abortion shouldn’t be a choice. Hell, she was speaking FOR women who are survivors of rape and incest. She was speaking FOR the side of the debate that I support, the pro choice side. But I don’t feel like… Read more →
Our infrequent contributor, Lillian Cohen Moore has a new project running, and I am sharing the information in the case that someone wants to support her! Lillian is getting ready to go and collect oral histories of women in the gaming industry, and she still needs some funding to get to GenCon to do the first round of interviews. I… Read more →
The North Carolina General Assembly is trying to sneak an abortion law under the wire. Women are watching.
” I choose to live in Texas, I chose to get pregnant in Texas, and I chose to transition my child from fetus to child in Texas.” “It is a late hour, and I want to call upon my friend John Seagoe who said ‘let’s go with what we know’ I have 25 years of counseling and volunteering at a… Read more →