Friday Blogwhoring

What’s the frequency, Shakers?

Recommended Reading:

Jenn: A Disincentive to the Female Voice Online

Coturnix: First Day at the Public Library of Science

Ampersand: Fundy Flunks Bar Exam and Sues Because of Exam Question Involving Lesbians

Glenn Greenwald: Why has world opinion of the U.S. changed dramatically since 2000?

Teh Portly Dyke: Info is Power–Don’t Just Sit There; Fucking DO Something!

Rachel: Most Segregated Cities for Blacks in 2000 (I’m glad to see Chicago finally starting to get it together. Literally.)



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19 responses to “Friday Blogwhoring

  1. As promised, I totally take Colson to pieces.

  2. Bradley has a story on sex toys in Mississippi, and Amy takes on capitalism.

  3. Thank you for the shoutout!

  4. Thanks for the link!

  5. Folks might have already been reading the various recent Blog Against Theocracy posts, but I wanted to give it a plug. I’ve got a post on the list, but I’m trying to work my way through all the others. Some good stuff.

  6. I have art about something Kathy also mentioned today.

    Ever think ‘What happens in Laurie Anderson’s brain when she wakes up every day in 2007?’

  7. I give props to some thinking bloggers here.

  8. Thanks for the link, ‘Liss.

  9. Not precisely a blogwhore, but I’m going to be on Meet the Bloggers this Sunday, along with Joy Nash and another as yet unnamed fat blogger.

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  11. Is “childhood obesity” handwringing inherently antifeminist? I take on this issue here in my Fat Fu post, “Do You Love To Eat What Your Mom Loves to Eat?”

  12. Thanks for the link! šŸ™‚

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