Why do we need an Occupy Australia?
Because Amber Cole is Just a Kid and Boys Learn to Be Boys
Line 'em up: A Visual Trope
And it's (just) still Asexual Awareness Week;
Friday, October 28, 2011
Thursday, May 5, 2011
Long afterward, Oedipus, old and blinded, walked theMuriel R. Schulz, 1975, 'The semantic derogation of woman', in Language and Sex, eds, B. Thorn and N. Henley, Rowley MA: Newbury House Publishers, pp. 66-7
roads. He smelled a familiar smell. It was
the Sphinx. Oedipus said, 'I want to ask one question.
Why didn't I recognize my mother?' 'You gave the
wrong answer,' said the Sphinx. 'But that was what
made everything possible,' said Oedipus. 'No,' she said.
'When I asked, "What walks on four legs in the morning,
two at noon, and three in the evening," you answered,
"Man." You didn't say anything about woman.'
'When you say Man,' said Oedipus, 'you include women
too. Everyone knows that.' She said, 'That's what