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My Body Is Mine

My body is mine. All mine. It is my domain into which none may enter without my explicit and enthusiastic consent. … My sexuality is mine, and the things that attract and excite me. My desire is mine—who I want … Continue reading

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My Body Is Mine

My body is mine. All mine. It is my domain into which none may enter without my explicit and enthusiastic consent. … My sexuality is mine, and the things that attract and excite me. My desire is mine—who I want … Continue reading

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Impressed

I just registered for an information session at Douglas College for their Animal Health Technology program, and on the registration form it has the following: I request the following disability accomodations (ie Sign Language Interpreter, Braille, E-Text, Large Print, etc). … Continue reading

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Impressed

I just registered for an information session at Douglas College for their Animal Health Technology program, and on the registration form it has the following: I request the following disability accomodations (ie Sign Language Interpreter, Braille, E-Text, Large Print, etc). … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Rape Culture

Lessons from the Rape Culture by Shaker SugarLeigh There are a million ways to try to make a woman shut up. And they’ve all been used on me. Now suddenly I’ve been given the gift of those who are willing … Continue reading

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Lessons from the Rape Culture

Lessons from the Rape Culture by Shaker SugarLeigh There are a million ways to try to make a woman shut up. And they’ve all been used on me. Now suddenly I’ve been given the gift of those who are willing … Continue reading

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Oh!

That’s *my* size!

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Oh!

That’s *my* size! Originally published at idle musings. You can comment here or there.

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United we (don’t) stand, con’t

I received a response: Dear [Erin], Thank you for contacting United Airlines Customer Relations Department. I am sorry that it was necessary to apply our current seating policy. Effective April 15, 2009, for the comfort of all of our guests … Continue reading

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United we (don’t) stand

F.U.nited – another great post from Kate Harding, exploding the bullshit ideas around charging fat people extra to fly. My email to United: I flew a few times last year with United, and I was really happy with your “Economy … Continue reading

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