The Uterus Monologues: Limericks from Readers
A couple of weeks ago, the Florida GOP scolded Rep. Scott Randolph (D-Orlando) when he used the word “uterus” on the statehouse floor. We at Mother Jones couldn’t figure out what was wrong with the word, and why it wasn’t deemed worthy for public. So Jen Phillips begin_of_the_skype_highlighting end_of_the_skype_highlighting penned a limerick in response, calling on...
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It did not take nearly as long as Cyprian would have wished. He had grown fond over the years of preliminaries but now was able to get in no more than a few trailing tongue-kisses, a quick electrifying blink or two from his long eyelashes to the underside of the heated organ before hearing…
My advice for young female writers would be to shoot high and not cower.– Jennifer Egan, in the Wall Street Journal, just minutes after winning the Pulitzer. (via emmainpictures)
indigenousdialogues: Your hair is lost in the forest, your feet touching mine. Asleep you are bigger than the night, but your dream fits within this room. How much we are who are so little! Outside a taxi passes with its load of ghosts. The river that runs by is always running back. Will tomorrow be another day? — Octavio Paz
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