Bodies in Thought

Why do we study a woman’s every move? Some women can speak, and some women cannot speak. Or if these women dare to speak when they shouldn’t, we see how they say nothing. Their generic bland words convey a static form of silence. Husband by their side, they shake their heads in agreement, as all the while their bodies are screaming no. Their bodies betray … Continue reading Bodies in Thought

Fox’s Ailes Is Better at Chasing . . .

      Here’s a picture that won’t surprise you. By picture, I mean read the lawsuit. A sample: “I think you and I should have had a sexual relationship a long time ago and then you would have been good and better and I would have been good and better.” What I mean by “better” is more effective in hiring, targeting, harassing, and then firing … Continue reading Fox’s Ailes Is Better at Chasing . . .

Her Mother’s Womb; & Scary Anti-LGBTQ Rhetoric

 “We are losing the white male vote in droves,” said former Democratic New Mexico governor Bill Richardson. And the issue is — wait for it — “economic inequality.” How does this Bill, a hopeful Latino presidential candidate from 2008, wish to woo them back? Charging women a higher discrimination tax? Is it because white women went from 59 to 78 cents in three generations, and … Continue reading Her Mother’s Womb; & Scary Anti-LGBTQ Rhetoric

Her Mother’s Rent-a-Womb; & Scary Anti-LGBTQ Rhetoric

 “We are losing the white male vote in droves,” said former Democratic New Mexico governor Bill Richardson. And the issue is — wait for it — “economic inequality.” How does this Bill, a hopeful Latino presidential candidate from 2008, wish to woo them back? Charging women a higher discrimination tax? Is it because white women went from 59 to 78 cents in three generations, and … Continue reading Her Mother’s Rent-a-Womb; & Scary Anti-LGBTQ Rhetoric