And More Poetry: Water On The Lens

Water On The Lens –John Isbell There is water on the lens. There is dust in the gears. There is snow on the screen. There is noise on the line. When­ev­er we push THIS but­ton, We get THIS junk. We took out the whole cen­tral unit,…

Whosoever

Plug for a zine: Whoso­ev­er is an online mag­a­zine ded­i­cat­ed to the spir­i­tu­al growth of gay, les­bian, bisex­u­al and trans­gen­dered Chris­tians. Whoso­ev­er seeks to dis­pel the myths and out­right lies spread shame­less­ly by Chris­t­ian extrem­ists who seek to keep gays, lesbians,…

Size Acceptance Stuff


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Demo­niz­ing Fat in the War on Weight—an actu­al pos­i­tive arti­cle in the NYTimes! I want Paul Cam­pos’ book, The Obe­si­ty Myth. A quote from the NYT arti­cle: He said in a recent inter­view: “The cur­rent hys­te­ria about body mass and…

Political Post

Rivka post­ed more infor­ma­tion this morn­ing on the Abu Ghraib sit­u­a­tion. I don’t remem­ber hear­ing a damned thing about Dyn­Cor­p’s employ­ees pur­chas­ing girls (as young as 12) and women in Bosnia to use as sex slaves. I was­n’t read­ing blogs…

Poetry: Metamorphosis

Meta­mor­pho­sis –May Sar­ton Always it hap­pens when we are not there– The tree leaps up alive into the air, Small open para­sols of Chi­nese green Wave on each twig. But who has ever seen The latch sprung, the bud as it burst? Spring always manages…

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