Category Archives: body image

Confessions of a Queer Texan

[Ed. note: Readers, please welcome Austinite Thea Kohout, a sophomore studying women’s and gender studies and art history at Kenyon College. She likes the west, feminism, and peaches.] People tend to make a lot of assumptions about me when they … Continue reading

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Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

Happy Friday! Thanks and congrats to everyone who signed the Change.org petition asking the Houston Press to apologize for their sexy sex offenders list–the writer issued an apology last night. But today is a new day. Full of new assbaggery: … Continue reading

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SlutWalkers Take Dallas

I am exceedingly proud to say that Patrick Michels is the most ballerest of ballers balling it up on Unfair Park with his thorough and witty coverage of SlutWalk. Back at the plaza, speakers took turns at a megaphone to … Continue reading

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Pole Dancing For Jesus Throws Sexy Strip Club Paradigm Over Shark

Strip clubs, pole dancing and the manufactured, assembly-line Playboy world of “sexy” may have finally jumped the shark. Or, maybe, been thrown over the shark by a woman in Spring, TX, near Houston, who is teaching a “Pole Fitness For … Continue reading

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