On the morning of October 3, 1991, I woke to the sound of people shouting, “Susan kills babies!” outside our bedroom window. “Susan kills babies!” I heard again. Must be a nightmare, I thought. I’m home. I am not at work. I am in my bed, right next to Randy. But I was awake. I was in my own bed. This was real.
This Common Secret, Susan Wicklund
I remember seeing a video OneThirdGone posted about her group protesting outside a doctor’s home. I rolled my eyes at it and thought of how irritating they were. But after reading about the struggles of Dr. Wicklund and all the harassment she’s endured (and I’m not even halfway through the book yet), anti-choice protestors now make me physically sick.
They barricaded Dr. Wicklund’s home - they brought a mobile home and parked it in front of her driveway, and giant cement-filled barrels blocked the entrance. They stalked her daughter at her school, they posted “Wanted” signs all over their town. They made it nearly impossible for her family to leave their home.
If you think clinic protestors are okay, then I’m going to need you to do some rethinking.
So not much happened in the latest chapter of SNK, but it set up a *bunch* of stuff to play out
Should be fun
Learn about Cat fairies and Cat Fairy Tales.
Discover that; Cats have their own courts, which wage war on each other.
The First enemies of the Celtic Gods are something referred to as “Cat Heads”
In Japan Cats took the place of vampires in fairy tales.
Cat spirits were often helpful, protecting people and providing us with gifts.
my goodness but there was a lot going on in this week’s Strike the Blood
spoilers under the cut
Meme we should bring back: that guy dancing to dragostea din tei
I thought that had already happened
I’ve started watching Mahou Sensou (a.k.a. Magical Warfare)
two episodes in and it actually looks really solid
You are personally responsible for becoming more ethical than the society you grew up in.