http://remyflagg.com/whats-with-all-the-nipples-female-sexualization-in-comics/ What’s with all the Nipples? Female Sexualization in Comics Jan 31 2017 Comic Geekery, comic related, Guest Writer When I was, oh maybe three or four, I was introduced to my first super heroine. (I was still enamored of Super Grover, don’t get me wrong.) She-Ra was a bad ass that matched the things … Continue reading What’s with all the Nipples?
Today, I am attending a meeting to talk about assessing Spencer for either an IEP (Individual Education Plan) or a 504 plan, similar but for Medical situations. My Seven year old is struggling with socialization, stubbornness, organization, concentration. His teacher thinks ADD might be in play, but the problem I have is that I may … Continue reading The Continued Repercussions of Childhood Cancer and Chemo
I am participating in Nanowrimo this year. I've fallen behind, both in the proposed wordcount and my personal goals for various reasons: doctor appointments, illness that I have, illnesses my kids have, Kids being home from school and commandeering my computer among them. But today is catch up day. I'll be escaping into my epic … Continue reading It’s a distraction, Kind of
People are scared for their basic human rights. They are afraid because the President Elect has expressed racist, bigoted, and misogynistic views. He has said vile things about many, many demographics. And he was elected. He has emboldened racists to come out and spray paint swastikas on churches, Heil Trump has been painted on walls, but … Continue reading Ignorance is bliss…just kidding you suck
I am watching the television show Salem and drawing some interesting parallels to the election results. I have seen, since the ballots were counted, that some people see this as carte blanche to hurt those that are different, that they do not like or that they don't see fit to have basic human rights. One … Continue reading Time to Think
It is that time again. It is November. It is Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) and I have been working on an Epic Fantasy called Whisperwood. The theory behind Nanowrimo, which I call "Ask Daddy, Mommy's Working" month, is that if you write 1667 words every day, you will reach 50,000 words by the end … Continue reading Hello again!
Yesterday was an interesting day. I have been silent on this blog for a VERY long time. In February of this year, Spencer and I spent ten days in the Barbara Bush Children's hospital, due to a virus that created pus filled blisters on his fingers, which then got infected, blisters in his throat, difficult breathing … Continue reading Exhalation and fear