Queer Pasta For All

As I shuffled through Martin’s with my girlfriend stocking up on the usual essentials for the week I came across the pasta aisle. It has always been a necessary evil to stock up on pasta, especially on those nights when I remember the only thing I know how to cook is spaghetti with textured vegetable […]

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Links Round Up

Redheadfemme found two articles this week that she found to be pretty thought provoking! “I immediately clicked on this link because it involved Miley Cyrus and I think she is such a fascinating topic with everything she has been putting out. What interested me most about this particular article was that it provided feedback from the […]

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He’s Happy for Me, But…

So this week, I got the job! I am now a student manager for one of the dining facilities on JMU’s lovely campus. I got the call on Thursday informing me that I received the position, and I was totally stoked. I was getting a raise of 3 dollars! Floating on a cloud, I called […]

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Love Sexist Style

As I was browsing the Internet the other day I stumbled upon an article on Jezebel that caught my eye. The Real Housewives of New Jersey star, Melissa Gorges, has recently published her book, Love Italian Style, for feminists everywhere to cringe at the abundant examples of sexism, spousal abuse, and gender roles. Granted, I […]

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Bodies Put on Display

  Okay so you have probably heard enough about Miley Cyrus, but it would be a shame for me to leave this video alone without pointing out the obvious. Beyond the chewing money, the kissing of dolls and the hot dog ravaging, there’s even a worse visual image that I must discuss. If you forward […]

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An Ode to Eco-Everyday

We can probably all agree that buying things “all natural” has sparked an interest in the American population in the past five years. Many people flock to stores like Whole Foods to buy all forms of natural and eco-friendly living products. I myself have marveled at the local Friendly City Co-Op in Downtown Harrisonburg to gaze at […]

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Weighting For Change, Part One

Sitting on my parent’s bed watching Entertainment Tonight with my mom I rejoiced in correctly guessing the mystery Star Birthday of the night. Impressed, my mom asked how I knew, and I proudly explained there was a repeating pattern between the three choices that went backwards starting at three. She clapped for me as I […]

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