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Texas Sex And Gender News Roundup

Is it michelada:30 yet? No? It’s not even 10:00 a.m.? Ugh. How the Texas health care system is “withering” under Rick Perry. A serial child rapist from Saginaw has been sentenced to life in prison, plus twenty years. Gov. Perry … Continue reading

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Does The Strip Club “Pole Tax” Perpetuate Rape Myths?

Last week, the Texas Supreme Court unanimously upheld a $5 tax on patrons of strip clubs as constitutional. The tax goes to sexual assault agencies and health programs for the poor. My inner feminist opines: why is the all-Republican, conservative … Continue reading

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Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

And lo, we soldier on. Remember that time when anti-choicers just said they didn’t want to give public money to abortion providers? Yeah, well, in an attempt to put Planned Parenthood out of business, the Texas legislature has ensured that, … Continue reading

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Balling Baller of the Day: Jason Ho, comic artist

Super, super quick: Jason Ho, a comic artist at Bongo Comics is drawing sketches at $20/apiece to help the Silsbee, TX cheerleader who was forced to cheer on her rapist to pay her legal fees. Via ComicsAlliance: Jason Ho, an … Continue reading

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Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

Go Mavs. KVII “ProNews” 7 in Amarillo asks the hard questions, such as, “Hey guys, do you think a bruised and beaten woman who said she was raped by a man with a history of similar accusations against him should … Continue reading

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From the Tate Modern

Am at the Tate Modern today falling in love with the work of Dorothea Tanning.

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