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nakedjen

i absolutely loved this post. it gave me a lot to think about. i actually don't think of myself as a woman blogger. i actually really do just think of myself as a naked blogger. naked in all terms. raw, real, naked.

but not as a naked woman. just bare. and willing to share the real me. who ever i am at that particular moment when my fingers hit the keys and then i hit enter.

ae

Eloquently done, badgerbag. I'll start by saying paranoiac asides about receiving dirty looks and the tearing down of other women's sartorial choices do not an argument make.

I mean, short hair and pants = lesbians? And lesbians = arguments invalid? It would be laughable if it weren't so destructive. The irony is too much. To think that at a panel convened to address obstacles to women's visibility a woman would employ decades-old pejoratives to silence other women. A crying shame.

I really enjoyed talking w/ you about this question. I only wish your thoughtfulness and intellectual rigor could have been heard by more people. Maybe that wiki is not a bad idea, eh? We should really get these thoughts out there, so we can foster a real discussion beyond the level of "Shut up, lesbians!"

Trula

Damg that's messed up!

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