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combining a love of spontaneous cell phone pictures and all the quirky fun things I find...


Also blogging at Plays Like A Girl.

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  1. "Gender isn’t simply a biological trait; it’s a societal one. The female experience is different from that of the male, and if, as a male writer, you cannot accept that basic premise, then you will never, ever, be able to write women well. A man walking alone through Midtown Manhattan at three in the morning may have concerns for his safety, but I promise you, it’s a very different experience for a woman taking the same walk, and it’s different again for a man wearing a dress. Think about it. That’s a societal factor, and it’s a gendered one, and this is not and can not be subject to debate. If you’re looking to argue that sexism is a thing of the past, that the world is gender-blind, you’re not only wrong, you’re lying to yourself."

    - Why I Write “Strong Female Characters”┬áby Greg Rucka - This entire article is pretty awesome, but I loved this quote best.
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