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  •  And a heartfelt wow for you, too (none)
    I was sitting here mulling over how to respond to Stuart's post, when you said what I wanted to, and far more eloquently than I would have. Great to read some good old-fashioned righteous feminism, and from such an effective writer.

    Thanks, also, for trusting us with that searing personal testimony. I'm deeply grateful and moved to have read your story.

    Don't ever stop speaking out.

    •  Damn, we're good (none)
      Thank you for such kind words.  I found such hope in Stuarts posts tonight.  He questions so much, is so willing to ask, and he's hungry for answers.  I find it heartening when men want to understand so badly they dare to speak up.  

      Another old fashioned feminist, Dorothy Allison, wrote, "Stories are the one sure way to touch the heart and change the world." It's the best of what I have to give, my truth, my story.  It's really as simple as that.  

      I have a feeling we've got another great and righteous feminist onboard.  It's wonderful to have you.  I especially enjoyed this from you in another post.

      Deck the halls with Boston Charlie
      Walla Walla, Wash, and Kalamazoo.
      Nora's riding on a trolley,
      Swaller holler cauliflower alley garoo!

      Don't we know archaic barrel
      Lullaby, lily boy, Louisville Lou,
      Trolley Molly don't love Harold
      Pensacola boolah boolah Hullabaloo!

      What's a night without some good ole' girl time pee pee laughter?  Damn, we're good.  

      Katrina changed everything, you bet your sweet ass it did. "Women's social rights are not critical to the evolution of democracy." Reuel Gerecht

      by caliberal on Sun Sep 11, 2005 at 11:38:35 PM PDT

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