Category Archives: HIV/AIDS

Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

It’s Tuesday. And you know what that means. Don’t you? Because I don’t. Someone please tell me. Biggish news: the Silsbee, TX cheerleader who was forced to cheer on her rapist and then pay the school district’s court fees, may … Continue reading

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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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West Texas School Administrators See Literally No Connection Between Their Choice Of Sex Education And Teen Pregnancy Rates

This week is the release of the latest Mary Russell novel, Pirate King, a vintagey, feministy series that posits: what would happen if Sherlock Holmes had a brilliant young female protegĂ© (and later, wife) with whom he solved cases of … Continue reading

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Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

Hey, the great thing about a three day weekend is that it means a four-day work week. Now, here’s some occasionally very depressing news related to sex and gender in Texas: The “Petticoats and Slide Rules” exhibition at the Women’s … Continue reading

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Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

Friends! So, here is the deal: I’m starting a new writing gig soon that will not totally slam me, but will prevent me from giving Hay Ladies! my all. This is where you come in: we need new and more … Continue reading

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Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

Have you recovered from celebrating America’s birthday? NPR notices that abortion is a kind of this political battleground thing. Austin’s KXAN reports entire story about dudes caught having sex in a truck, prints one of their names in the sub-head. … Continue reading

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Texas Sex and Gender News Roundup

Hooray, Friday! I hate everything. Evidence from a slew of Texas teachers having sex with their students suggests we BLAME TEH TECHNOLOGIEZ. Rick Perry doesn’t really give a fuck about international law. Because of the Texas Legislature’s funding cuts, the … Continue reading

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