Category Archives: blogly business

Snippet: On 2013 and Beyond

So as 2013 wrapped up, WordPress sent me my site stats for the year. 31,000 page views, not too shabby. Still, by the search terms folks used to find me, I think perhaps I had some unwitting viewers. “Disability porn” … Continue reading

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What I Owe You: The Minority Blogger’s Obligations

I am constantly inundated with comments from privileged people (almost entirely men) who demand that I address their comments immediately and with a smile, bitch. Because society has trained men to expect this of women, and by even daring to … Continue reading

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Comment Policy

ATTENTION! If you want your comment published on this blog, you must follow these three simple rules! I’ve said it before, but it didn’t get heard. I’ve reminded folks of it at the top of posts, and it gets ignored. … Continue reading

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Privileged Comment Extravaganza!

This post exists purely for the sake of debate from privileged people who disagree with the sentiments I’ve expressed anywhere within this blog. This means if you are: ‣ A man objecting to my stance on female oppression ‣ A … Continue reading

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Changes Are Afoot….

I don’t post here as often as I’d like, and that’s largely because I simply don’t have the time to devote to writing such intense posts. My entries tend to be relatively long, researched critiques of the larger elements of … Continue reading

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