How has your heart not split in half?
Lip service ceased being enough long
ago, but here’s one more given yet another pass.
Questions yawn between us like a pass,
the room made chill, divided into your half
and mine. The desolate gap is too long.
This is it, right? It won’t be long,
it can’t, until we can walk tall again, pass
through, no longer bent, as if against the wind, in half—
We’re long past giving that a pass, so stand tall: this half of sky is still ours.
(a tritina with words pulled from the fiction challenge prompt)
Mia has a story published on The Toast and you should read it! It’s LGBT-friendly and also about werewolves!
Your Princess Is in Another Castle: Misogyny, Entitlement, and Nerds. I still can’t get over how good this piece is at summing up rape culture.
The Kickstarter to bring back Reading Rainbow on the Internet and in classrooms has raised over $3 million in less than a week. If you haven’t been following its progress, you really should.
Yes And Yes offers a compendium of life advice from awesome women.
14 of the best #YesAllWomen tweets.
One of the things I think everyone admired most about Maya Angelou was how she quietly inspired everyone around her to stand up against oppression, even if you felt you could only do a little. She knew that every little bit helps: