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Cross-posted at Montclair SocioBlog . In the Pittsburgh of my youth many decades ago, Rolling Rock was an ordinary, low-priced local beer – like Duquesne (“Duke”) or Iron City. (“Gimme a bottle of Iron,” was what you’d say to the bartender. And if you were a true Pittsburgher, you pronounced it “Ahrn.”).
We Heart: Said To Lady Journos Tumblr by Anita Little · March 28, 2013 · Leave a Comment As a lady journo myself, I’ve experienced my fair share of sexist, ignorant remarks when I was out reporting. “They let you carry around that big Nikon?” “You sure you should be out here by yourself?” Ms Magazine Blog
Feminists with Female Sexual Dysfunction
NOTE: This is a sexually explicit piece and may not be what some readers want to read. I originally wrote this for the magazine Body Talk, and it appeared in their October 2011 issue. I retained rights to it, and repost a revised version now. Shooting Tape What’s hotter? The sex we have, or the sex we remember having? Blog | Hugo Schwyzer | Author, Speaker, Professor, Shattering Gender Myths
The title of this column may seem misleading to my regular readers. So, let me be clear from the beginning: this column is not my attempt to apologize to men for their difficult, horrible lives. I have said this before in many columns and I’ll say it again: it is a great privilege to be a man in our culture. Male privilege is alive and well. The Current Conscience | Here to challenge your ideas about everything from politics and the personal, culture and relationships
The Raw Story | Archive | Pandagon Why Is Gay Marriage Different Than Abortion? By Amanda Marcotte Tuesday, March 26, 2013 10:22 EDT The Supreme Court is hearing arguments about DOMA and Prop 8 today, and there’s a lot of anticipation now, especially since they could truly use this opportunity to not only strike down these laws but also to make same-sex marriage a right held by all Americans. Unsurprisingly, same-sex marriage opponents are grimly warning pro-gay people that a win in the courts is going to backfire, an argument I find asinine on many levels.