Imagine if everyone had a twin, inextricably linked, yet entirely separate.
Hello again, bookish and clever ladies! I’m here today to share the best books I’ve read so far this year. It’s time to do some reflecting on the last many months and separate the wheat from the chaff. (Is that actually something people say? I’m saying it.) Read More The Best Books I’ve Read So Far This Year
This week we’ve got some good news, some Oscars news, and the usual assortment of fucked up shit. Let’s get down to business. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Read More This Week in Misogyny Isn’t Wearing Spanx
There’s not too much news to report this week, though what little there is still manages to be rage-inducing. However, I have a ton of awesome recommended readings for you, from listicles about ridiculous sex advice and the ignorant things people ask trans* people to discussions about doxxing and victim-blaming. Let’s jump on in! (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.) Read More This Week in Misogyny: Listicles Before Testicles
It all started with my sister posting a picture on Facebook with the comment, “Who the hell would wear this?” Answer: I would, and I do. Read More Book Review: “Tales From My Closet” (And My Overall-Tutu)
Every few months or so, someone on my Facebook newsfeed or elsewhere will put out a general call for book recommendations. Other friends will chime in, and the discussion that ensues makes us all end up adding more books to our to-read mental lists. In the spirit of those sorts of posts, from the semi-varied pool of books I’ve read lately, I offer five solid suggestions.
Talking rats, striped stockings, a good cup of tea, and a long stay at the most “experimental” madhouse in Victorian London. What else would one expect from Emilie Autumn? Read More Book Review: “The Asylum for Wayward Victorian Girls” by Emilie Autumn
Last night I finished a book that my 15-year-old sister recommended to me. She may have recommended it to me a few years back – I have a massive to-read list (let’s talk books!), but I always get to things eventually. Between this book and the last that I read, I’ve been pretty immersed in other people’s worlds. That escape mechanism is an old one of mine: stressful life? Not really particularly sure what’s going on? Be somebody else. Read More Book Reflections: “Queen of America” and “Revolution”