We’re gearing up for the Super Bowl (meaning party food), which means we’re bookending this week with some sports news. Continue reading PoC News in America
I really enjoyed my first High Fives, so I wanted to bring it back. I found an excellent person to interview in my good friend Kara Tucker. She and I have very similar musical tastes especially in our love of Sleater-Kinney, the Beatles, Against Me!, and the Beach Boys. Continue reading High Fives: Kara Tucker
Oh, Ayn Rand! For some, she is a beacon of wisdom! She is the founder of the philosophy of objectivism and graced humankind with her teachings! Her beliefs are the very embodiment of American ideals! She even has two official fan clubs, the Ayn Rand Institute and the Atlas Society. Dear Ayn Rand. How some revere thee. Continue reading Gif Party: How I Feel about Ayn Rand
I’m not a perfect feminist, which is consistent with my status as not being a perfect anything. This year, though, I’m going to stop cringing about the ways that I don’t meet the mark. Continue reading My Feminist Fails
Hi everyone! Let’s jump right in.
The time has come, Persephoneers. The question must be asked. Ready your arguments and rebuttals (no dildos — use your words, Persephoneers). Continue reading Lunchtime Poll: Nutella or Sex?
Last year, when I finished reading Defy, I really hoped that it would be the start of a series because I wanted to know what happened once everyone knew Alexa’s secret. My wish came true, and Ignite is a fantastic follow-up that once again left me wanting more. Continue reading Book Review: Ignite (Defy, Book 2) by Sara B. Larson