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#FaithFeminisms and #starwards

#FaithFeminisms I am the pastor they are looking for…I’m just not the one they pictured (Feels like theres a #starwars joke in there)       Larry Kenobi ‏@LarryKenobi 3m T1 @bookkats luminous beings are we. Not this crude matter. T2: If they give you any grief…wave your hand in front of their faces and … Continue reading

Because my son…

Because my son asked me if men could be pastors too, and it made me cry #YesAllWomen Yesallwomen

Anectdotal Woman (or) 24 churches and a feminist

There are lots of stories about women in the Bible. Not all of them have names, but its nice to experience the parable. So I’m going to tell a parable about an unnamed woman. And then I’m going to tell a lot of anecdotes that are by no means scientific but start to bear out … Continue reading

Book Review: Sassy Steampunk–A Study in Silks, A Study in Darkness, A Study in Ashes

Baskerville Affair by Emma Jane Holloway Evie Cooper is a not quite fashionable young girl living in London in the midst of the Steam Barons Rule. Part Steampunk, Part Revolution, Part Mystery this book follows the adventures of Evie Cooper and her closest friends during a tumulteous Time. “You have to decide that for yourself” … Continue reading


A MAN DARES TO RANK THE DISNEY PRINCESSES, FROM WORST TO FIRST My friend dares to rate the Disney Princesses from a male perspective from 1st to worst. I think he does a  good job 🙂

Book Review: “Dead Ever After” by Charlaine Harris (Sookie Stackhouse Series)

In honor of this being the last book in the series, I did what I always do with good series, I reread the entire series before starting on the final book…(I’m a rereader) (Note, trying to avoid spoilers) The ending is good–there is still a lot of mystery-type-plot…a lot of loose ends are tied up … Continue reading

Ode to Cimorene

Originally posted on Disrupting Dinner Parties:
***NOTE: this post will be a little bit of a spoiler for the book Dealing with Dragons by Patricia C. Wrede. The post will discuss the first two chapters. SO if you do not mind a very little spoilage, read on! **** Throughout most of my youth and young…

Love Joss Whedon

(in other words, what’s with your obsession with females with swords..oh wait it might not be an obsession…it might just be awesome writing!)

Various Book Reviews or My Hero(ine)

Note the riveting chart of young adult heroines below–what do they have in common (getting over the fact that Hermione was NEVER part of a love triangle)–they are all young fighting women white (sad-day), virgins (probably) with low self-esteem (except Julie from Warm Bodies) and are shy/quiet. Most of them have brown hair, protectors (male … Continue reading

Review “A Wrinkle in Time: the Graphic Novel” Adapted & Illustrated by Hope Larson (and written by Madeline L’Engle)

I am a total fangirl of Madeline L’Engle, she is most likely my favorite self-named Christian Fantasy author (as opposed to Lewis or Tolkien or the like)…so A Wrinkle in Time I bought with my oft hoarded holiday gift cards. so when my 4 and a 1/2 year old son saw The Invention of Hugo … Continue reading

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