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  1. Maggie Mae

    Rewatching Contact: 23 years later

    I recently rewatched the 1997 Sci-Fi film Contact. Directed by Forrest Gump's Robert Zemeckis (among many, many other well known films), Contact was a film that I had mostly forgotten about. Sure, everytime a new sci-fi film came out in the past decade, it was mentioned. But mostly I remembered it as kind of weird Jody Foster film that I saw in high school. (Now you know how old I am!) Contact, despite being 23 years old, is still incredibly relevant to this day. Dr. Ellie Arroway works for SETI, a scientist in a single minded pursuit to find evidence of alien life in the galaxy. David D
  2. Everything is terrible and I want to get off this surreal crazy train we're living in. https://www.vanityfair.com/hollywood/2018/09/roman-polanski-new-movie
  3. Gabrielle Blair, mother of six and a blogger, recently tweeted a remarkable thread that went viral. In it, she makes the case that men, as opposed to women, are at fault for unplanned pregnancies because of their irresponsible ejaculations and failure to use condoms, which are more readily accessible than birth control for women. This has obviously caused a lot of consternation with many men on Twitter. I mostly created this thread because it's amazing and everyone should see it. https://www.designmom.com/twitter-thread-abortion/
  4. News from Chile RIP and thank you Col. Duhalde
  5. Yeah, an Orange Fart Cloud snowflake couldn't stand the idea of seeing strong women on the big screen.
  6. The National Partnership for Women & Families just released this video to advocate for paid family leave, and it's fantastic:
  7. Today is the International Women's Day. Looking for an image to go with my well wishes to all of us on my status I found this image. It states that the rising of women is the raising of us all. Lately I have often heard of how feminism is wrong because it privileges women. When I hear this I wonder how is it possible that people don't understand that granting women's rights is beneficial to the entire society. For example to deny women their right to choose on reproductive issues, defund public programs specifically created to help them with these issues and promote abstinence only s
  8. Some good news here... https://www.theguardian.com/books/2017/jan/25/roxane-gay-simon-schuster-milo-yiannopoulos
  9. Having had it up to HERE with the bloviations of the PEOTUS, Geoff Boykin The Duck Scientist, and so many of the Big Important Men we discuss on this forum, I've been self-soothing lately with tales of ordinary women who get by Just Fine in the company of other women: Broadway musicals: The Color Purple, Beautiful, Waitress, The Spitfire Grill (about an abused woman released from prison for manslaughter and finds redemption in a small-town diner) Memoir: The Mighty Queens of Freeville, by Amy Dickinson (about two generations of women who prospered without men in their lives) Nov
  10. http://www.nytimes.com/2016/09/06/obituaries/phyllis-schlafly-conservative-leader-and-foe-of-era-dies-at-92.html?_r=0 Can't wait for the fundie social media responses. If this doesn't bring Dougie P. out of the woodwork, nothing will. She was a dear family friend, you know.
  11. Today here it's a day of Festa Nazionale or as you say a bank holiday. That must be the reason my daughter felt the compelling need to wake me up at 6am . Anyway this year's Festa della Repubblica is particularly felt because it marks 70 years since we got rid of the Savoia, elected a committee to write our Constitution and Italian women finally perused their right to vote. With this voting sheet we closed forever a chapter of our history not many are proud of. It was bilingual to accommodate Südtiroler German speaking citizens. 70 years ago started the process that in 1948 gave
  12. http://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-problem-with-female-superheroes/ What do you want to be when you grow up? When pondering this question, most kids have given at least passing consideration to one fantastical if improbable calling: superhero. There is an understandable allure to the superhero position — wearing a special uniform (possibly with powerful accessories), saving the world from evil, and let's not forget possessing a wickedly cool special power like x-ray vision or the ability to fly. But new research by Hillary Pennell and Elizabeth Behm-Morawitz at
  13. Candace Cameron Bure explains the problem with feminism. I have seen other pieces accusing women of only voting for Hillary on gender. If you vote for a man just to avoid being labeled feminist, isn't it the same as telling women to vote or a woman? Well, no one voted for Sarah Palin because of her gender. I agree women should help each other but it should be that way no matter what gender takes office.. http://www.theblaze.com/stories/2016/02/10/actress-candace-cameron-bure-breaks-down-whats-wrong-with-feminism/
  14. I talked about this a bit in the Kanye thread but I wanted to bring it up here and ask others for their opinion. I feel like I am the only one that does not find Taylor Swift to be a genuine person and I don't know if others feel the same. I used to be a huge Taylor swift fan from 2008-2009. I listened to her everyday and I knew all her songs by heart. Her music got me through some break ups. After the Kanye incident, I felt like she changed and not in a good way. I was disappointed because I'd watch her interviews and listen to her and in my heart, I could no longer find her a genuine person
  15. Why is it, that if you call out men for being misogynistic, racist, ableist, or any other kind of problematic, violent, sexually predatory behavior, or even just generally being an asshole, why is it suddenly about the guy being called out? Like, I could politely ask someone to exhibit common decency, but suddenly, I'm being just, so fucking mean. And I'm like, I'm sorry, I wasn't raising my voice, cussing, or anything, and you're acting like I'm suddenly doing SO MUCH for telling you that taking advantage of girls (often to the point of assault/rape), telling racist jokes, disrespecting women
  16. I have been reading 'Women, Church, and State' for a while now. I glanced at the first Chapter of"The Women's Bible", by Elizabeth Caddy Stanton. I want to read more of it. It challenges the belief women are subservient and analyzes each book of the Bible. Of course, the 'ebil' Margaret Sanger wrote several books, including "The Pivot of Civilization:. I have a couple of her books on Kindle.
  17. sultanknish.blogspot.co.il/2014/11/the-unbearable-lightness-of-feminism.html
  18. The Gagnificent Seven Who Want to Dismantle Feminism. http://www.salon.com/2014/09/13/7_women ... n_partner/ And guess who is on the list? Judgy Bitch, who sadly mistakes her brand of profanity-laced Tourette's Syndrome for true intellectual discourse. Oh, Judgy. You so funny!
  19. I'm a bit tired and I wasn't sure how to title this thread, but here is Lori's blog entry, where she answers if she thinks women are inferior to men. lorialexander.blogspot.com/2014/10/do-i-think-women-are-inferior-to-men.html
  20. lorialexander.blogspot.com/2014/09/most-stressed-out-in-society.html Women 45-64 are the most stressed, and it's due to feminism giving us choices. Yeah, if we had no choices, then we could just sit around whining about how life sucks instead of having to accept that we have choices that contribute to the state of our lives. Lori got to experience certain things in her life, thanks to feminism. So did Michelle D, among others. So how is feminism so evil? My reply obviously isn't going to be posted. {L_MESSAGE_HIDDEN}: I know women who
  21. Please kill me now. http://www.donotlink.com/framed?43305
  22. So Dalrock, the "happily married Christian blogger" dalrock.wordpress.com is upset because too many women are denying their husbands sex. Of course, he blames this on feminists (bolding mine). "Many have grown so accustomed to the miserly perspective of feminism, where even love for family is subject to a penny pinching curmudgeonly attitude, that they forget that it doesn’t have to be this way. Feminism is ugly because it teaches women to be misers with love, and frigidity is all about being miserly with love. This feminist obsession with miserliness has caused large numbers of
  23. Jessica Valenti, total bad ass, covers it in this article. http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfre ... in-message
  24. Men are happy because righty tighty lefty loosey. And not wearing a shirt at the water park. Someone upped her pain meds.
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