• Have y’all been watching the impeachment hearings? I have to admit, for many of us, it’s getting exhausting. We’ve been watching Russian influence take hold of our government for four years. None of what is being […]

  • Amy Roth posted a new activity comment 3 weeks, 1 day ago

    Understandable. I enjoy checking in on specific twitter feeds for recaps when I’m not feeling up to watching testimony or if I don’t have time. @MuellerSheWrote on twitter is a great woman led podcast and twitter feed that is great for that. @Blakesmustache is also excellent for easy to understand legal summaries of what is happening in the courts..

  • I hate polls. I feel like they are inherently biased based on who is presenting them. That being said, polling data is extremely important in the land of politics – more so now than ever. Decisions by leaders are […]

    • I’m interested in the impeachment hearings But watching them isn’t good for my mental health. I wouldn’t be surprised if a lot of people feel the same way..

      • Understandable. I enjoy checking in on specific twitter feeds for recaps when I’m not feeling up to watching testimony or if I don’t have time. @MuellerSheWrote on twitter is a great woman led podcast and twitter feed that is great for that. @Blakesmustache is also excellent for easy to understand legal summaries of what is happening in the courts..

    • Josh replied 3 weeks ago

      I know ads served are supposed to follow your browsing habits, but I always get pro Trump ads on this and other sites…

      I haven’t been following the proceedings much, just because I know not much has probably happened yet. Then again, maybe I’ve already missed the boat by me delaying.

  • We are currently in the midst of impeachment hearings in House. We are hearing a lot of evidence from respected public servants that point out how Donald Trump attempted to bribe and extort the leader of the […]

  • It’s funny, it’s feminist, and you should watch it even if it ends up being only one season long.

    Ok, so I promised Nicole I would pick up the Quickies for her today, but instead I want to bring your attention to […]

  • The Los Angeles Women’s Atheist and Agnostic Group (LAWAAG for short) is starting meetups again! We welcome all levels of religiosity or lack there of. The only requirement is that you identify primarily as […]

  • This was originally posted on my Patreon. Please consider pledging $1 to me there to help me keep making art. Or, if you are a billionaire, please pledge approximately 1 million dollars. I appreciate the […]

  • Billionaire-convicted-pedophile, assface, Jeffrey Epstein was arrested on Sunday and will stand trial in Southern District of New York on new charges of sex trafficking of minor girls. He is considered a flight […]

  • It’s Monday and so I have some cool geeky art to share with y’all.

    First of all, I illustrated a new poster for you to download and print and put up in your home or school. Or even better, take it to a march or […]

  • Normally, I would post about the cool shit on Mad Art Lab on a Monday and yes, there is cool stuff there, so after you do what you need to do, go check it out. But first, we have more important fish to […]

  • Hello friends! I will be sneaking out of my art studio and sliding into this blog’s mentions on Mondays to let you know about some of the cool shit happening at our sister site, Mad Art Lab.

    This past week, Ryan […]

  • I made a new poster for you to download and print at home.

    The current American administration would like you to think that immigrants coming in from Mexico and any other non-white country, are the cause of all […]

    • I thought the melting pot metaphor was supposed to be troublesome because it’s anti-diversity. In it we all melt in to some homogeneous slurry. Is there a new meaning I’m missing?

      • Not so much troublesome as there are better metaphors. In a melting pot, everything loses its individual identity and gets blurred together like the output of a juice machine or food processor. The better analogy I heard was to minestrone, where lots of individual items keep their own identities but take on aspects of all the other bits, making a result that is better than any of them. Beside, I like soup 🙂

    • I saw a new term used in a Canadian news article. We use multiculturalism up here to reflect diversity and the term intercultural was used to reflect underlying common values. As far as words matter, I think that’s a good one.

  • Following in the footsteps of this here site, we are extremely happy to report the return of one of the happiest spots on the internet, Mad Art Lab!

    That’s right, we are bringing back our sister site that is […]

  • I was reading the news on Saturday, when I saw that there was a KKK rally in Indiana. At first, I was completely disgusted. What type of person could possibly be so racist that they would even be in the KKK? And […]

  • Amy Roth posted a new activity comment 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Yes, please!

  • Amy Roth posted a new activity comment 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Was supposed to be a heart and paws emoji in my comment but I’m seeing question marks.
    Either way, thanks. Xoxo

  • Amy Roth posted a new activity comment 6 months, 3 weeks ago

    Thanks for featuring my fam. ???

  • Amy Roth posted a new activity comment 6 months, 4 weeks ago

    I loved what you wrote. If you have time please just copy paste it here in the comments. It’s valuable information that people need to understand.

  • Amy Roth wrote a new post, Alabama, Goddam., on the site Skepchick 6 months, 4 weeks ago

    Alabama’s republican governor signed one of the most restrictive abortion bans into law yesterday. The bill was passed by a whole bunch of white men on the Alabama senate (there were 3 women who voted no) and […]

    • You know how this has been breaking my heart. Thank you for posting about it. I definitely lost followers for making a statement on Instagram, but it was soooo worth it. We all need to be speaking up on every platform we have.
      These laws are designed to keep women (especially WOC) in poverty, uneducated and/or dead. This isn’t even a political and shouldn’t be a religious issue, it is healthcare issue. I am so glad I live in California, but women in other states are just shit out of luck if we can’t help them.

      • I loved what you wrote. If you have time please just copy paste it here in the comments. It’s valuable information that people need to understand.

    • I don’t have enough words to express how furious I am over these laws. And terrified.

    • I recall vividly a few years ago on this very site being emphatically splained to by some hard talking lawyer that none of this would happen because nothing could overturn Roe vs Wade.

      Yet here we are. Disgust emoji.

  • It is being reported today by the New York Times and other news sources that Sweden has announced today that it will possibly reopen the rape allegation case against WikiLeaks founder, Julian Assange. I think […]

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