You don’t have to worry, this isn’t about a white woman claiming to be part of the Natural Hair Movement. Nor about Lady Gaga’s song “Hair” (although I think she has a point with the sentence “I am my hair”).
I travel a lot for my work and I get car sick, so ginger (and after a long meeting, sometimes booze) is a dear dear friend.
I love nice warming ginger foods on cold nights, don’t you?
Over Christmas weekend, I picked up my first cold of the season which, if it follows tradition, will be my one and only death cold of the winter. Typically, these lay waste to my body for about a week to two weeks, often ending up as bronchitis and sinus infections, but since I am heading off to vacation in a matter of hours, I knew that I needed to do something about it–and quickly. Continue reading Eating to My Health – Faux Congee
Several weeks ago, my husband and I spent a weekend in White Pass to help his parents renovate a ski cabin they had just purchased. The original owners of the cabin had done a poor job of sealing and insulating the house, with the result that once walls started to come down, the dust of decades started to rise. I handled it quite well, but my husband did not. He had clogged, swollen sinuses, a sore throat, and even some nausea. Continue reading Ginger Honey Tea – Good for What Ails You
Today, Walk for Choice events were held around the country to show support for Planned Parenthood, as a reaction to the House of Representatives voting to cut all federal funding to Planned Parenthood, and as a sign of protest to our politicians and our country that women’s rights and reproductive rights are under attack.
“I Stand with Planned Parenthood” has been a common theme in this fight to retain reproductive rights, and at many of the rallies held today, supporters found some creative ways to express how they feel on the subject through their rally signs. Participants in various Walk for Choice events shared their favorite rally signs with us:
(Updated with even more awesome photos!)
From Allison H. in Gainesville:
From Claire T. at the D.C. Rally:
From elleeldrich, in Austin, TX:
From Daisen-in in Boston:
From Crystal in Gainesville:
From Ginger-gal at the Grand Rapids Walk for Choice:
which was inspired by Ginger-gal’s awesome original Pro-choice Batman photo:
How about you, commenters? Did any of you attend a Walk for Choice event today? Let us know about your experience in the comments.
Tuesday we talked about pleasure and the first time we found out about it. Today, let’s expand on that topic and make things a little more personal: Masturbation.
When did you first start masturbating? How did you come to discover this happy activity?
I happen to know people who don’t masturbate and never have. To this I say: what? I kid, no judgment here. Nonetheless, I notice that while we can talk about sex and getting it on for hours with friends, as soon as the word “masturbate” is brought up the room goes eerily quiet. We can talk about doing it with other people, but when it comes to pleasing ourselves we clam right up. Ridiculous, I say. I first learned about masturbation from a copy of Seventeen, I believe, once again stolen from my big sister. It even outlined how to masturbate (good techniques and whatnot). I was shocked. I can do what to myself? And it feels like that? And I don’t have to wait until I’m older and over my extreme body insecurities to orgasm? Rejoice! Since that day, it’s been happy time for Ginger Gal all the time.