I'm happy to report that Miss Mercedes, a blogger focusing on relationship advice for women, used my blog post on Fear of Loss to inspire her own post.
Cool stuff. I'm flattered.
In other news, I've really been enjoying reading this article and the ensuing comments. Between the article, some conversations with Bastet and others over the weekend, and a couple incidents at the show last night, feminism and women's rights have been on my mind a lot over the last few days. I went so far as to start writing a blog post on it, but scrapped it when I realized I was two or three hundred words into it and nowhere close to anything resembling a point other than "My feelings on feminism are either way more complicated or way simpler than I would like to publicly admit."
Which brings us to today's question.
Does being ambivalent about something mean you should avoid it? Or does it mean that's the one thing you most need to address?
The answer to that question tells you a lot about a person.
Wednesday, October 21 - Rouge Lounge, Edmonton
Saturday, October 17 - OSCW Thriller, Hazeldean Community Hall, Edmonton
MEDITATION INSTRUCTION (I'll only be helping)
Saturday, October 17 - Strathcona Public Libary, Edmonton (10AM
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