Tag Archives: George W. Bush

A Driving Feminist Issue

Driving is a feminist issue. Driving is necessary. It’s particularly necessary for Women. We need to move to get away from Men who abuse us, to relocate for Jobs or Education. Driving is vital. Given the poor state of public transportation in many parts of the world (and Maryland in particular, with its emphasis on […]

It’s the Same Male Violence

“I don’t believe rape is inevitable or natural. If I did, I would have no reason to be here. If I did, my political practice would be different than it is. Have you ever wondered why we [women] are not just in armed combat against you? It’s not because there’s a shortage of kitchen knives […]

“Protecting” Marriage: It’s Not About The Children

“Marriage, the (unbalanced) union of a man and a woman, has served society Men well for thousands of years. Marriage is more than what adults Men want for themselves: an exchange of the female’s domestic service and sexual consortium in return for financial support that depends solely on the whims of the Man. It’s also about the next generation (of sexual servants). […]