- "It can't be an important book without the n-word."
- "...female contributors, female bloggers, women who dare stand up and speak out are singled out for particularly vicious attacks all over the net. These comments range from the dismissive to the downright threatening. They are designed to undermine our confidence, make us doubt ourselves, to intimidate us and scare us. They are designed to exclude us from the political discourse online. "And so I'm standing up for women bloggers. And when I see one of them attacked I will stand up and speak out. I will not let the trolls get away with it. I will not let women bloggers think they are alone, because they are not. Will you join me?"
- "The first fifteen months after the death of my boyfriend." Very moving piece. "His evangelical Christian parents saw it differently and chose to exclude me from his obituary and memorial service. It was a deep cut but it has healed. They barely knew him, let alone me."
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Second frame (more or less) of third story in original and translation - you must read the text from right to left, of course. Both sentences are…
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Second frame of chapter three: At the not terribly impressive Brussels Comic Con, I thought I might try classic manga again, having bounced off…