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It’s hard to stop looking at it – it’s such a perfect illustration of how the human body adapts to what you ask it to do. (The Mary Sue, by the way, pointed to the athletes as a way of illustrating a point in this cool article on how women totally can wear full-body armor.)If you’d care for a bigger think about the way the media looks at us and the way we look at each other, pick up Sportswoman of the Year! Now get out there and make your metaphoric lavatory into something magical. The Mary Sue made my inner nerd (and my once-resentful child self) get all mushy and love Albert Einstein even more with his letter to a little girl who loved science and hated the fact that she was a girl.
And the always wonderful The Mary Sue added an interesting dimension to the body image fervor by pointing the way to this fascinating series of pictures of elite athletes. I may never be fully satisfied with reading trash on my Kindle again.When Scholl pressed him on how that made her accurate information inaccurate, the charming Howell said “I guess I’m not speaking in little enough words for you to understand.”Since he said it in front of reporters and at least one camera, I’d say the topic of who has better cognitive skills is open to debate. When you make the decision that it’s not OK for women to be in charge of their own reproductive decisions, someone else starts making them. Make your views known to your legislative representatives before you end up with a spoiler or the Keystone Pipeline down there. She beautifully took down every participant in the dehumanization and dissection of herself and, by extension, women in general.And if you happen to be wondering why some people get so het up over the government passing increasingly restrictive laws about our ladybits every week, check out Jezebel’s terrifying news item (via the BBC) from Uzbekistan: The Uzbek government would like women to be having fewer children, so doctors are simply told to sterilize them without consent while they are under anesthesia. Media bits Speaking of other people telling you what’s up with your own body, someone with a media outlet and too much time on his or her hands decided Ashley Judd had a puffy face and set off a feeding frenzy over who could tear her down fastest and hardest for aging normally, for being “fat”, for allegedly having plastic surgery, or for all three. Watching her take a sledgehammer to legions of jerks – and the society and assumptions that let those jerks keep right on bottom-feeding – was bracing. Nina Katchadourian’s series of Airplane Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style.— Nicolo Orozco (@Orozco Nicolo) December 16, 2017 I couldn't tell if you were being serious initially but your follow-up tweet indicates that you are. — Scott Conroy (@Scott FConroy) December 16, 2017 How ready to be offended do you have to be to make this claim?
How big of a jerk do you have to be to ignore the replies (even after you asked for them) and keep this up for 4 hours? pic.twitter.com/va Q5Aolr Am — Derek Hunter (@derekahunter) December 16, 2017 Even if I could find the notorious bacon suit in the picture, why would Syracuse be a target of anti-semitism, and how would a bacon suit drive the point home?So, if you look at it properly, by which I mean listening to the words that were coming out of Rosen’s mouth and paying attention to when they did so, I believe she’s calling Mrs.