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I wrote too many poems in a language
I did not yet know how to speak,
but I know now it doesn’t matter
how well I say grace, if I am sitting at a table
where I am offering no bread to eat.
So this is my wheat field.
You can every acre, love. — Andrea Gibson (via clementinevonradics)
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[[TW: rape/rape culture]]
“I’ve read some blogs during this whole thing that have made me enlightened to things I didn’t know,” he told Jon Stewart back then. “This woman said how rape is something that polices women’s lives … That’s part of me now that wasn’t before.” Halfway through the new special, C.K. starts talking about how dating is an act of bravery for all involved. “The male courage, traditionally speaking, is that he decided to ask” a woman out. (Note the careful caveat, “traditionally speaking.”) And if the woman says yes, “that’s her courage.” That kind of courage, he says, is beyond his imagining. “How do women still go out with guys, when you consider that there is no greater threat to women than men? We’re the number one threat to women! Globally and historically, we’re the number one cause of injury and mayhem to women.” A moment later he adds, speaking for all men, “You know what our number one threat is? Heart disease.” — Louis C.K. feminism: Oh My God on HBO proves comic a feminist. - Slate Magazine (via ceedling)