For those wanting a crash course on some of my favorite feminist articles and key concepts that have framed my own thinking, two online courses are now available through Colorado State University Online as a non-credit badge program. Together, they are a highly-condensed dive into fundamental pieces from my courses on feminist theory and feminist … Continue reading Introducing Feminist Frameworks – some online modules for your feminist learning!
Many people around me have been so incredibly supportive lately by encouraging me to write more. I can't believe it's been four years since I got a job after grad school, and thus, four years since I've been in the practice of regular, philosophical writing. It's been a good but somewhat confusing space - I … Continue reading Positive Philosophy & Feminist Friendship – My work over the past several years
* I'm a proud and avid supporter of Planned Parenthood for the many necessary and safe services they provide. I volunteered a bit for Planned Parenthood while in high school, and they provided me with affordable birth control then and in college. In graduate school, I found myself sitting in the waiting room of my local … Continue reading Ask Me About My Abortion. Then Ask the People Closest to You.
Please pardon my unusually long absence - I've been so busy geeking out for the past couple of months that I couldn't find time to blog (Well, that and my life just got super crazy, but I'll save that for another day, another post). I did, however, manage to do some writing! In fact, I wrote a … Continue reading Why I Go Into Hiding During Feminist Storms
There are a couple of different ways to drop an anal bomb. (Urban dictionary will tell you one way; porn could probably show you something similar.) This is how I like to drop an anal bomb, and last week was my first time doing it in front of a live audience. They loved it. The … Continue reading How to Drop an Anal Bomb (Live)
You may be one of the 3 million people who have seen this video by now. As Minnesota becomes the twelfth state to legalize marriage equality (the sixth state in six months), it seems like our cultural consciousness is finally starting to shift with respect to how we think about sexuality. Given the resurgent popularity … Continue reading “When Did You Choose To Be Straight?” About Two Years Ago.
One of my favorite things about studying philosophy is that the practice of critical thinking and argumentative analysis develops one's skills in thinking outside of the box. It helps one see how one idea connects to another, how one assumption leads to a certain conclusion, and in life, it helps us better understand how and … Continue reading Why Truth?:Thinking Outside of the Box