One Day I Will Rule the World

World Domination, Babies and Middle Eastern Dance

Category: Feminism
December 11, 2012

The White Ribbon Campaign and learning to be a better ally

A couple of weeks ago, Ian and I went to a White Ribbon Campaign event near our house on a Friday night. The material on the meeting didn’t tell us much except that it was being held at a nearby high school that primarily serves aboriginal youth and that the meeting would begin with a […]

September 26, 2011

the cup that was burned in the potter’s oven

After the last few days of enduring other people’s opinions on prostitution, criminals in prison, poverty, mental illness and homelessness – not to mention the sheer volume of people of my acquaintance who STILL think it’s okay to call something “Retarded” – I came home and said to Ian, “one of these days I am […]

August 19, 2011

Baseline of Compassion

Last night I posted on facebook that I had been a bit down and too exhausted to make supper, so Ian had brought me a plate of cheese and crackers in bed. I did think it was sweet, and that’s why I posted it. But consequently, I then had to spend today badmouthing him because […]

January 8, 2011

Brian Alexander (on behalf of science and boners): Crying Chicks Aren’t Sexy

You know it’s good science journalism when the author takes every opportunity to thesaurus it up with faux-hip pejoratives like “blubbering” and “go limp”. And how awesome is it that Brian Alexander’s dedication to combining faux-hip words with blatantly stupid messages continues right to the end where he admonishes, “Bottom line, ladies? If you’re looking […]