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Saturday, July 14, 2007

 
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yesterday i went to a book arts reception at 23sandy and one of the artists recommended i volunteer at the multnomah library in the special collections department. genius! maybe after the summer's over....

speaking of summer, tonight alex & amelia had a little ice cream social to celebrate the end of first grade for miles. i was the only one w/o kids there, but i didn't mind. amelia made homeade strawberry ice cream and i brought fried-ice-cream-flavored ice cream (and later, so did someone else! what a faux pas!). i also got to see amelia's finished studio, which i think is really quite awesome.

tonight also marks the last night of my 3-week catsitting jobs. we're still fostering nina, but i don't have to drive to NW every day to feed & play w/ cats anymore. though as far as jobs go, it's not a bad one. ;)

i had a conversation with someone this week that included the question, "i think women hold everything together, don't you?" i have a hard time being complicit in conversations that pit one type of person against another type of person, especially in a gendered way. men are no more helpless than women are, and i think perpetuating that myth doesn't do any of us any good. after years of identifying myself as a humanist because of the backlash against feminism, i feel more compelled to identify myself now as a feminist to reclaim it. and while i think men should be more cognizant and deferential to the struggles women still face, i think girl power should be about more than marginalizing men.

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