Monthly Archives: December 2011

Have you been reading Hitched?

Today I’ve got another “Hitched” column in the Frisky, which has been kind enough to post my ruminations on soon-to-be married life and the path thereto. Today’s column is about my fail-safe advice on how to get married. Intrigued? Read … Continue reading

Posted in marriage, navelgazing, personal essays, relationships | Leave a comment

The Crappy And Sad Obama Plan B Failure

I bought a “Barack, You Rock!” shirt during the ’08 presidential election. I donated to Obama’s campaign. I drove around with a “HOPE” sticker on my car, and when some assbag scribbled “KKK” on it in Sharpie marker, I got … Continue reading

Posted in abortion, activism, duders, feminism, LGBTQ, news, personal essays, politics, reproductive health, we can't even. | 5 Comments

Austin Feminist Tweetup Is Tomorrow!

Texas feminists, friends and allies! My heartiest apologies for the stagnation as of late on Hay Ladies! I’ve been working overtime at two freelance gigs–editing both Eater Dallas and Eater Austin, which I’ll continue to do for the next couple … Continue reading

Posted in activism, austin, Dallas, feminism, food and drink, navelgazing, social media | 2 Comments