Free Webinar from Seed Saver’s Exchange
Organizing Community Seed Projects: Seed Swaps & Seed LibrariesApril 29, 2013 7:30 p.m., Central Time
Community seed projects can help build community and facilitate knowledge and seed sharing. If you’re interested in starting a seed library, hosting a seed swap, or starting a community seed saving group, this webinar should help you get started and point you toward valuable resources to ensure your project’s success.
[image description: an illustration of Virginia Woolf sitting at a table, smoking a cigarette in a long cigarette holder. On the table is a cup of tea, two books, and open notebook, a vase of flowers, and a framed photo of someone]
Tullio Pericoli, Virginia Woolf, 1987
For those of you who have been following the uproar over Smith College —another prominent women’s college— horrible policy of not admitting trans* women into their undergraduate program, this may be of interest.
I applied to Simmons College —a prominent women’s college— with an application that clearly identified me as a trans* woman and spoke of my work within the trans* community. They never questioned my gender markers or asked me about being trans* and responded with the letter above.
To all who work in admissions at Simmons, thank you for leading
by example. Smith —despite being labeled a safe haven for the queer community— clearly has a lot to learn from your institution.
My women’s college is accepting trans women! Good job, Simmons! Also, almost all the bathrooms here are gender-neutral or there is usually a unisex bathroom alongside the women’s bathroom. :)
I AM HERE.
So this is a piece I have in an exhibition at the moment! The opening was last night and it went really well! The theme of the exhibition was “Exhibitionists” and what that term meant to you. Its about combining fatness and femininity and embracing that. I hope you like it.
This is so beautiful
I love everything about this
Root vegetable bake consisting of red potatoes, turnips, parsnips, and sweet potato.
Add onions and apples — this is one of my favorite side dishes
Octavia E. Butler, African American science fiction writer.
To read her novel Kindred click HERE.
(I have just read this one novel so far and she has shaken up my world already)
I love that novel- recommend
Octavia butler is incredible and if you are into science fiction or fantasy or female authors at all she is required reading.
Dripping pink gooey blood. 💕🎀 I’m not sure, but I think my blood *may* be cake flavored. 😇🎂💖 Necklace from Von Erickson.