On Talking to Heather Doney and Rachel Coleman About Child Abuse, the Quiverfull Movement and Homeschooling Policy Reform
Thanks for writing this and bringing more attention to these issues. I think homeschooling is fascinating -- I've only encountered a couple of homeschooled people in my life but I know there's such a wide array of experiences with it. I never realized how easily it can be used to facilitate abuse but I'm glad you're bringing awareness to it.
As a Libra, I am terrified, but I love the way you broke the news.
@supernintendochalmers Also, the panel of the girl saying, "Oh, fuck off" at images of your happiness made me laugh out loud.
Esther! I'm so glad you're back and I relate to this so much. I'm a person who makes a lot of things too and every now and then I'll have a month or a few months where I just... don't. It used to freak me out, but now I've realized that it's just part of the process. It takes as long as it takes, and sometimes those periods of not making things are when you recharge and find new things to write about.
I don't know how anyone does all of this, either.
@dracula's ghost This is fascinating to me, too. I have three ancient everyday bras, one weird racerback bra that opens in front, one strapless, two sport, and two sexy but super uncomfortable ones that I wear maybe twenty minutes a year in total. So, three bras that I actually wear.
Wow. We are not so different, after all.
This was incredible. You have to watch his sign-off, too.
@Internet Commenter Yeah, even if it's the celebrities' choice to put their kids in the public eye, the jokes here are directed at the kids, and the kids still have zero agency.
The dogs! The dogs.
@j-i-a Thank you, this is great! I will send them a check. I love that they're doing this through his fire station.