June 30, 2010

Short answer: Slut-shaming, also known as slut-bashing, is the idea of shaming and/or attacking a woman or a girl for being sexual, having one or more sexual partners, acknowledging sexual feelings, and/or acting on sexual feelings. Furthermore, it’s “about the implication that if a woman has sex that traditional society disapproves of, she should feel guilty and inferior” (Alon Levy, Slut Shaming). It is damaging not only to the girls and women targeted, but to women in general an society as a whole. It should be noted that slut-shaming can occur even if the term “slut” itself is not used.

new site

April 12, 2010

i’ve moved to devil’s due

god is love

August 27, 2009

and this is one great wat for christians to show it

the christian gene

August 26, 2009


Jamie Scott’s son, 18, fights to free the Scott Sisters in Mississippi

Free Jamie and Gladys Scott to return to their children and grandchildren!

Free Jamie and Gladys Scott to return to their children and grandchildren!

“Talk about injustice. How do you wind up in prison serving two life terms for a robbery that netted 11 dollars? That question has haunted first time offenders Gladys and Jamie Scott for the past 15 years,” wrote Anthony Papa in the Huffington Post. And it haunts Jamie’s son too, who was only 2 when his mother and auntie were snatched away from him.
Now 18, Terrance Scott tells Minister of Information JR in this gripping interview: “Seeing what they did to my mother, it put a rage inside me like, if you have anything to do with law enforcement, I don’t want to talk to you. … Sometimes I just look up at the stars at night and I just wonder what this world done become. Any time someone can lock you up for a double life sentence for nothing, what else can they do? What else can the crooked court system and the crooked justice system do?”
The interview was broadcast Aug. 4 on Flashpoints, flagship investigative news magazine of the Pacifica network, heard at 5 p.m. weekdays on KPFA in Northern California and on dozens of stations around the country. This Block Report Radio interview begins 45 minutes into the show.

Flashpoints – August 4, 2009 at 5:00pm

Click to listen (or download)

Show your support for freeing the Scott Sisters by signing the petition at http://www.ipetitions.com/petition/Free-Jamie-Gladys/index.html. Another petition is at www.change.org/acwip/actions.

Make a loud noise on behalf of the Scott Sisters

Mrs. Evelyn Rasco, mother of the Scott Sisters, is calling for URGENT SUPPORT for Jamie Scott, #19197, and Gladys Scott, #19142, who are both suffering renewed harassment by prison guards because of the continuous exposure that this case has received. Jamie Scott was even thrown in the “hole” for 23 days for the first time in 14 years!
Jamie is now very depressed and on medication which is not a good sign at all. Our personal feelings are that she was set up by guards, lied on and thrown in the “hole” because of her continuous strength and determination to fight for freedom. In addition, Jamie’s privileges to attend school, work and conduct research in the law library have been stripped away.
Please assist us in contacting the following persons; let them know that the public is watching this case and ask for a thorough investigation into the lies which have caused the renewed harassment of both women and particularly why Jamie Scott was stripped of privileges and thrown into the “hole.”
Please call and email the Superintendent of Prisons, the Commissioner of Prisons and the Assistant Commissioner, and please also cc Mrs. Rasco (rqueenbee2222@yahoo.com) so that there are records of your contacts.
Please act NOW on behalf of these young women and support Mrs. Rasco’s pleas for action. Thank you for acting and helping to spread the word!
Contact the following officials:

  • Margaret Bingham, Superintendent of Central Mississippi Corrections Facility, (601) 932-9077, mbingham@mdoc.state.ms.us, fax (601) 932-9077, P.O. Box 88550, Pearl, Mississippi 39208
  • Christopher Epps, Commissioner of Prisons for the State of Mississippi, (601) 359-5600, CEPPS@mdoc.state.ms.us, 723 North President St., Jackson, MS 39202
  • Emmitt Sparkman, Deputy Commissioner, (601) 359-5610, esparkman@mdoc.state.ms.us
  • Gov. Haley Barbour, (877) 405-0733 or (601) 359-3150

July 8, 2009

aza did the cutest thing last night.

2 hours into bedtime when i was frustrated with her to no end, i said ” aza go to sleep”

and she said “no aza working”

July 8, 2009

keeping up with the gospel reading.

had a few more thoughts about why i have wanted to go back to this and what i’m looking for tonight.

in a sense i didn’t choose the bible or christianity.  i inherited them was born with them. in another i have chosen them over and over, and often forcfully in a number of different forms. i continue to choose them i guess, though now as a part of what i have inherited and who i have been. like ooking back at old pictures or reading an old journal. there are things that excite and comfort me, that embarrass me, that i deeply regret, and yet they are all a part of me and i choose to move forward whole with all of it. not uncritically, not saying that i’m not terribly happy that some of it is past, but also not pretending that it isn’t in me.