Here’s a good example of why that would never ever happen.
Is she still frightened that the gang is looking for her? “In a way, yes…” and then she pauses. “And in a way, no,” she continues. “It is children they scare, not grown women, and I am a grown woman now. So, yes, I could stand up to them if they turned up on my door, but that’s not really what it is about. I don’t want to be known for the rest of my life as the girl who was abused. It’s not shame. I know now it wasn’t my fault – though for a long time I thought it was. It is just that I don’t want to be labelled a victim. I’m determined not to become a victim.”
BUH? What does CHIVALRY have to do with MURDER?
NostalgiaChick has a great post up on the “Smurfette Principle.”
Dear fatties — no discounted organic produce for you!
Heh. Gor’s cover art is illustrative of its anti-feminist content.
Being black in the US means you don’t get to be the boss of your bodily integrity.
Ohhh. Sandra Bullock’s interview on her “rivalry” with Meryl Streep made me like her a little more.
I… am glad Archie is having an interracial romance. Buuut, why would someone as AWESOME as Valerie want Archie??
This is a great piece on disability, race, and gender.
DADT disproportionately affects black women.