I mean, I’m not saying that we can enforce this as law or anything. I also might be wrong about this. But:

Just as a general rule, I feel like we should not look at pictures of the breasts or genitalia of people who would rather we not look at pictures of their breasts…

Roxane Gay on privilege in Bad Feminist

What she says about how we should each be able to have our own truths that co-exist refers to privilege, but it applies to feminism too. There is no one “right” way to be a feminist. Or anything, for that matter.

As she writes elsewhere in the book, we are afterall, human. We are messy imperfect creatures. 

Isn’t it absurd to assume there is only one truth?

Wine is comfort food

When a Saturday, or any day, turns into 90% stressful garbage, pink wine and pizza (and…


You know it ^^

This is brilliant. These small things matter, don’t they?

What you should read:

  • This is very important to keep in mind, especially if you want to enjoy your reading experience.
  • 1: You should read Anything.
  • 2: Whatever you like.
  • 3: There are no rules.
  • 4: There is no age limit.
  • 5: You can read whatever the hell you want.
  • 6: I'm not going to tell you what you SHOULD be reading.
  • 7: Because that's up to you.
  • 8: Pick up ANY BOOK
  • 9: And please,
  • 10: Enjoy the hell out of it! (Or dislike it, it's all up to you!)


Venice, the Pink Cloud" (detail), 1909, Paul Signac. Taken by me at the Albertina Museum, Vienna.

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Wine Club: Dry Creek Valley

Wine Club: Dry Creek Valley

Image of a bottle of red and a bottle of white wine from Dry Creek Valley, California

This is an exciting wine club score! Haven’t cracked either of these two open yet, but I’m excitedly plotting the food I’m going to eat with them. From Dry Creek Valley, California, this Sauvignon Blanc is supposed to have aromas of “cantaloupe, mango, citrus, kiwi” and pair well with fish tacos, which is my new favorite food.

The red is a blend of predominately Zinfandel (82%), a wine I shy…

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