Leoba
Philadelphia, PA
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Feb 19 Leoba commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: The Career Counselor Is In.
Oh honey, Dan is so right. Take his advice : apply to school, focus on working on your own story as a disabled queer kid from Mississippi. There is an audience for you - a broader, more appreciative audience than you would have in porn. There's nothing wrong with porn, and you can always do it when you're a bit older if you still want to. But you could really make a difference in the lives of the kids who come after you, if you focus on your other stuff. Best of luck to you, you sound like a lovely young man.
Nov 6, 2015 Leoba commented on Why I Won't Write a Review of Suffragette.
I love this non-review. The film doesn't accurately represent the events it purports to, and that is a perfectly reasonable thing for a reviewer to explore.
Jun 18, 2015 Leoba commented on Will Ferrell and Kristen Wiig's Lifetime Movie: WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON??.
Maybe there is no movie. Maybe they will just play Rich Astley videos over and over for two hours.
Jun 5, 2015 Leoba commented on This Week In Music Memoriam: Jean Ritchie and Richard Treece.
Jean Ritchie wrote a lovely memoir, "Singing Family of the Cumberlands," all about her childhood and including music and lyrics of many songs she sang growing up. I got a copy when I was a teenager, even managed to get it signed at a choir convention. I read it every couple of years and as soon as my son is old enough I'll read it to him too. It is a great book. Sad to hear of her death.
Apr 22, 2015 Leoba commented on Savage Love Letter of the Day: A Medievalist Schools Dan On Medieval Attitudes Toward Sex.
I'm a medievalist, and all the other medievalists in my network are trying to figure out who wrote this letter (seriously, there aren't *that* many of us). He/she/they are a hero!
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Feb 11, 2015 Leoba commented on Last Days: The Week in Review.
I have an exceedingly friendly 5-year old. We live in Philadelphia and commute on the public transit every day. He will talk to just about anyone. It's a joy, most of the time. The thought of family members organizing a kidnapping for a kid like that to prove some kind of point... just makes my heart hurt. I hope that boy has some adults he can trust, and I hope the people who did that to him rot in jail.