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The Stranger Gets a Press Release for a Gathering in a Red Tent Honoring Women and Their Menstrual Cycles and Sends Lindy West and Her Womb to Investigate

Here's the Press Release and Here's What Happened

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1. On the ferry on the way to Vashon Island, there was a woman with long, frizzy hair and high-waisted jeans. She was wearing a T-shirt with a picture of cats playing jazz instruments, and above the picture it said "JAZZ CATS." There are a lot of different ways to be a woman.

2. One of my college roommates was a hippie but also a secret heiress. Like, the kind of heiress with neighborhoods named after her. Wealthy neighborhoods. The kind of heiress who has an island. She was great. She never wore shoes and she never went shopping and she just wanted to sing bluegrass songs all the time and brush her hair and translate ancient Greek texts, but sometimes we'd come home and she'd say, "I broke a plate, so I decided to buy all new dishes and flatware for the kitchen." And we'd say, "Oh. Okay." I didn't know she was a secret heiress until we'd lived together in our dilapidated house for at least a year. After I found out, it never came up again because it didn't matter. She loved getting her period because she said she liked to feel her body working. Once she told us that her dream was to go off by herself and squat for a week and "bleed into the forest"—that dream came from this book. She's a doctor now.

3. My sister is into this sort of thing. She loves ritual. She's forever collecting shells for her Venus altar, or tying a piece of ribbon to a twig in a secret grove, or collecting magic waters in very small vials to make potions. Being around my sister feels magical. When we traveled through Europe together (following the path of Mary Magdalene, natch), I'm pretty sure we hit every stone circle and magic well in existence. Once, in Cornwall, we looked down into an aquamarine cove—the waters in Cornwall look impossibly tropical—and she said, "Do you see the mermaids? They're sitting on that rock." I said no, and she looked at me like I was stupid. And maybe I was. Clearly, believing in mermaids is way more fun than not believing in them. (Side note: Do mermaids have periods?) When I was driving to the Vashon Red Temple, I texted my sister for advice. "I'm on my way to a new moon celebration at a menses temple," I said. "Liar," she said. "It's true! Any tips?" "Stay open to a new flow and wave goodbye to the blood of old that nurtured you well." I knew she'd know what to do. I love my sister.

4. This is the kind of thing that my mom would call "a crock of shit." To this day, she refuses to tell me what time I was born because she doesn't want my sister to do my astrological chart. My mom is a clinical lady. I love my mom.

5. I almost didn't go in. It was too intimate and foreign, and I am clinical like my mom. But I did, I walked in and joined the circle of women seated on pillows beneath the homemade canopy of red scarves. The women were talking about chocolate, which was such an adorable cliché that I fell in love with them instantly. "There is definitely a goddess of chocolate." "I read somewhere that the molecular makeup of chocolate is so unique that it was probably brought here from another planet." One woman passed a Hershey's bar around the circle. "This chocolate is even better now that it's passed through the hands of so many goddesses," said the woman next to me, appreciatively.

6. Check.



7. There was chanting.



8. See 7.



9. Isla had a large amount of curly hair and a bracing presence. She made fun of how long her own press release was. She told us that she has recently reclaimed her ancestral name, Tula-Celestún. She said that right now there is an astrological configuration—the Cardinal Cross—that has not occurred since Jesus was alive, and that she and the other local angel healers are very busy "holding that energy." She explained that the media tells us that things are terrible and violent, but that this is actually one of the most peaceful times in history. We should not focus on the negative. Later, I asked my sister what an "angel healer" is, and she said, "Well, you know, angels are just the same thing as aliens. They're probably the ones who brought the chocolate." I asked about the Cardinal Cross, and she told me, "If you're going to have a baby, have it like tomorrow. It'll be a superbaby. Dude, remind me to send you a picture of the cosmos right now. It's fucking out of control."

10. I don't know if the tent is big enough.



11. I was wearing my reddest dress. My "menses smock," I silently called it.



12. "You look different today," said one woman to another. "Oh, I know," she replied. "It's because I did the 24-strand DNA activation yesterday. I feel like a completely new person." I asked what that meant. She explained that in addition to our two physical DNA strands, we have 22 spiritual DNA strands, which can be "activated" by a specially trained lady with a crystal wand. The process took 10 hours. "There's also a golden gate that you can walk through," she said, "but that's more for larger groups." Then another woman explained that DNA activation has something to do with the Mayan calendar. I still didn't understand. My sister didn't know anything about DNA activation, but she did tell me a story about the time she went to see a shaman and the shaman had a spirit jaguar eat a ghost off my sister's back.

13. I can't talk about what we talked about in the talking circle. But a lot of it was about mothers. We went around the circle and stated our "intentions" for the coming moon cycle. Most of the women had intentions that I didn't understand, that involved "manifesting" and "balance" and "rhythm." One woman said that her intention was to "end rape." I said I intended to organize my apartment, and I felt mundane. The women totally approved. Total approval is the point of menses tent. I love menses tent.

14. This is one of the greatest sentences ever crafted in English.



15. It's true that I don't believe in most of this stuff—and I suspect that believing is the secret ingredient that makes this stuff work. But it does work for the gracious ladies on the pillows under the red tent, and it was surprisingly nurturing to sit cross-legged in their world for a few hours. And even though I would never phrase it like this, I agree that women don't always get a chance to "fill our own vessels." My dad worked all day. My mom worked all day, then came home and made dinner. Women do a lot. Women are neat.

16. I left before the ritual foot-washing. Next time, menses tent. Maybe. recommended

 

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this is a joke, right? Right?
Posted by Tuna Celebes on August 11, 2010 at 12:51 PM · Report this
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Great article! It's as much fun reading about loopy New Age women (womyn?) as it is when men were into reading "Iron John" and sitting around in circles beating on drums, crying about how their daddies didn't love them enough and getting in touch with their 'inner warriors'. In both cases, you're talking about folks with waaaaaay too much time on their hands.
Posted by MrB on August 11, 2010 at 1:09 PM · Report this
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Where's the link to the press release? I suspect the paragraph numbering corresponds to that.
Posted by Luckier on August 11, 2010 at 1:15 PM · Report this
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love you for being so open minded, even though it sounds like a crazy woo woo fest, you appreciated those woman for who they were and it sounds like the did the same back...gotta love that!
Posted by dr on August 11, 2010 at 1:18 PM · Report this
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The Cardinal Cross thing did happen--it's a very rare astrological event.
Posted by Marrena on August 11, 2010 at 1:27 PM · Report this
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I also have no press release link.

Posted by Bon on August 11, 2010 at 1:31 PM · Report this
Grant Brissey, Emeritus 7
I broke the press release, but then I fixed it. Blam!
Posted by Grant Brissey, Emeritus http://www.grantropolis.com/ on August 11, 2010 at 1:47 PM · Report this
Josh Bomb 8
briefly: ILLW!
Posted by Josh Bomb http://www.satanosphere.com on August 11, 2010 at 2:35 PM · Report this
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I make dinner for my family when I come home from work. And do laundry and bathe my son and sweep/mop/etc. Not that there's anything especially insulting about you taking your comment at the end about your Dad a little global. Women do a lot. So do men. I'm just sick of the incompetent/could-giva-shit/lazy-at-home Dad meme. It's super fucking tired. Like stale gender dichotomy tired. Like TV commercial men who say "golly what'll I make for the kids becuz I don't even know how to turn on a stove, durrrrrhhh" tired. I respect women who have pride in their womanhood. I don't respect women when they tear down men to do it - passive aggressively or not.

Glad you enjoyed menses tent, though. You should feel empowered from time to time, even if it requires you to suspend judgment and disbelief (which you did well). And no, that's not a throw-away comment because I bashed you in the previous paragraph. I like what you wrote, just not the bit setting up a tired dichotomy between Women and Men.
Posted by nullbull on August 11, 2010 at 3:07 PM · Report this
Lindy West 10
@9: I didn't in any way suggest that my dad is "incompetent/could-giva-shit/lazy-at-home" (he's not), and I didn't "tear down men." Don't project your baggage on to me, please. But glad to hear you support my feeling empowered "from time to time."
Posted by Lindy West on August 11, 2010 at 3:26 PM · Report this
Lilliable 11
I felt embarrassed to be a woman while reading about the menses tent. My vagina cringed.
Posted by Lilliable on August 11, 2010 at 4:24 PM · Report this
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Thank you for the article. It made me laugh AND it makes me want to attend a Red Tent. I've heard about it before and you just reminded me :)
Love and Blessings,
India
Posted by India Susanne Holden on August 11, 2010 at 6:29 PM · Report this
Karla in Seattle 13
Nice article! I can do your DNA activation for you. I work with the same tradition as the practitioner who did the Adam Kadmon Activation (what was called the 24 strand activation in your article). I sent you an email with my info.

: )
Posted by Karla in Seattle on August 11, 2010 at 7:54 PM · Report this
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They mis-spelled "yin and yang." As a rule, I try avoid gurus who can't be bothered with spell-check.
Posted by Yoda on August 11, 2010 at 8:42 PM · Report this
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DNA activation? I think all that does is thin out your wallet. Funny how something that wasn't even understood 65 years ago is now an object of woo. Where does it say that embracing one's femininity means turning off one's rational mind?
Posted by spudbeach on August 11, 2010 at 9:42 PM · Report this
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I'm more moved by the contrast between how you felt walking into that tent and how you felt walking out of it, Lindy, than by the idea of the menses tent in general. I tend to gravitate toward frizzy-haired, jazz cat shirt-wearing, secret heiress mermaid hunters, and somehow they become good friends of mine. And though their celestial sayings may make me cringe, by god, they know how to make you feel close without making you feel uncomfortable. They know what girlfriendship is all about, even if they make a cliche out of it. I'm so glad you went to this and shared.

PS - this totally makes up for the mean-spirited, booby-shrinking Hooters-bashing article you wrote last year. You are forgiven. Go forth and sin no more.
Posted by Tomahawk on August 11, 2010 at 11:45 PM · Report this
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Celestial Seasonings came up with that name for their tea company based on the goddess poontang.
Posted by sheiler http://sheilerama.com on August 12, 2010 at 5:21 AM · Report this
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Grand Cardinal Cross
http://www.mothersky.com/2008/07/the-car…
Posted by HereComesTheMoon on August 12, 2010 at 8:46 AM · Report this
kittenalarm 20
This is the kind of shit for people who don't live in reality, and/or have too much time and/or money on their hands... bleh.
Posted by kittenalarm on August 12, 2010 at 8:49 AM · Report this
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@Lindy

Really?

"My dad worked all day. My mom worked all day, then came home and made dinner."

Yep, no implication there. Sorry I brought it up.
Posted by nullbull on August 12, 2010 at 9:27 AM · Report this
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This was a great article. I appreciate the respect shown and the honesty. Just because you can't believe whole heartedly in what a circle of women under a tent follow, does not mean you need to belittle those beliefs into a meaningless heap. Acceptance is a powerful tool for peace keeping and a wonderful way to learn. Way to go Lindy. 
Posted by Jehnlinen on August 12, 2010 at 11:04 AM · Report this
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My link to the press release worked, but the font is so fuzzy and small that I couldn't read it. Could someone look into that, maybe? Or am I just a lot more far-sighted than I thought?
Posted by laurijst on August 12, 2010 at 12:31 PM · Report this
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interesting article, even if some call it pointless / meaningless. you investigated something new, unique, and different. i lived with vegetarian & vegan roommates in college, and that was a different long-term exposure. even if just being a preferential food fetish. more than anything, like being a veggie or vegan, this menses group is about community, the sharing of a common thread, etc. the dna activation isn't a science, and i call shenanigans on it. think of it as a placebo effect for the mind and soul. it along with all the other chanting & witchcraft is a catalyst towards them believing they feel better. religion can be said to do the same thing, and if that's what it takes for anyone to generate positive vibes, then so be it. as long as they aren't rude and aggressive, don't pass it off as fact, or attempt to push it on you. there are important and pressing issues in the world, thus being reflected in some of the comments posted. but sometimes people need to take a step back, take a deep breath, and lighten up. the world, the people, and all their problems will still be there tomorrow, after a day of nonsense, relaxation, and vagina / period worship.
Posted by Eugene Rushmore on August 12, 2010 at 12:53 PM · Report this
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I wonder did anyone bring their daughters or was it all grown women?
Posted by mitten on August 12, 2010 at 1:09 PM · Report this
Mittens Schrodinger 26
Nice article, Lindy, but I'm really interested in what your womb has to say about the experience.
Posted by Mittens Schrodinger on August 12, 2010 at 1:16 PM · Report this
seandr 27
Lindy, I would think this gathering is every bit as deserving of your mockery and scorn as Hooters or "Cook to Bang". Does your wit apply only to cheesy men and not cheesy women?
Posted by seandr on August 12, 2010 at 1:23 PM · Report this
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Love you, Lindy! Keep up the good work. I admire your gift for writing.

I am 66 and we didn't have any red tents but I can imagine them due to your spot on article.
Posted by Gailcat on August 12, 2010 at 1:43 PM · Report this
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LINDY--YOU and the RED TENT SISTERHOOD on VASHON ISLAND ROCK!!!!

Will there be more of this? Are there any future Red Tent gatherings planned, preferably further north?
Posted by auntie grizelda on August 12, 2010 at 1:46 PM · Report this
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@21, if it's something that actually happened (i.e. Mom made dinner; Dad didn't) is it still a "tired dichotomy"? You sound like those white people who think that since slavery was abolished, we're all equal now.
Posted by mickeymammoth on August 12, 2010 at 2:28 PM · Report this
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You rock, Lindy. (And I agree with @mickeymammoth #30)
Posted by lori, ohio on August 12, 2010 at 2:38 PM · Report this
Ratatoskr 32
Lindy West I love you and would gladly bleed with you in a red tent and eat magical goddess chocolate.
Posted by Ratatoskr on August 12, 2010 at 2:55 PM · Report this
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@30 - Let's just look at the full context:

"And even though I would never phrase it like this, I agree that women don't always get a chance to "fill our own vessels." My dad worked all day. My mom worked all day, then came home and made dinner. Women do a lot. Women are neat."

So you're saying that you read that, and all you see is the author relaying a dry, factual story, that has no broader implication? The dry, factual phrases "My Dad worked all day. My worked all day, then came home and made dinner." is just this isolated piece of text, not intended to highlight any kind of distinction, and with no bearing on the very next sentence "Women do a lot?" Please.

And no, I don't for a second believe that gender equality magically appeared sometime in 198x. There are still huge gaps, and those gaps must be closed. But those gaps are uneven. Women in some communities in this country might as well still be living in 1947 (some in 1447), while others enjoy equality, support, mutuality, and respect from their male counterparts, particularly their partners. To the point where generalizing across the whole spectrum of maleness is the lazy way out.
Posted by nullbull on August 12, 2010 at 9:27 PM · Report this
TVDinner 34
We get it, nullbull. You're not one of "those guys." Good for you.

But there isn't a woman alive right now who hasn't had some sort of relationship with a man who "doesn't see dirt," who doesn't understand that the food doesn't just magically materialize in the fridge, who leaves a trail of detritus behind him wherever he goes in your house. He might be her father, her partner, her roommate's boyfriend, or her brother. We have all - every last one of us - cleaned up after them. And almost all of them think they're somehow more evolved than "those guys," and deeply offended by the implication that they make women responsible for the clean-up by their own willful incompetence.

Yeah, nullbull, you're different, and good on you. But don't interject yourself into our daily experience and our daily frustration. No vagina? Then you don't get it. Period.
Posted by TVDinner http:// on August 13, 2010 at 10:05 AM · Report this
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@27: Uh. Do you not remember Lindy's now-internet-famous SATC2 review? Or her review of Twilight?
Posted by Gloria on August 13, 2010 at 11:00 AM · Report this
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"And almost all of them think they're somehow more evolved than 'those guys,' and deeply offended by the implication that they make women responsible for the clean-up by their own willful incompetence."

Wow, you just plain hate men don't you? And you're also full of shit. Studies show that men do more than their fair share of work when paid and unpaid labor is added up. But apparently your own sense of female entitlement lets you believe that men still aren't doing enough.

And, for your information, there isn't a man alive who hasn't had some sort of relationship with a woman whose narcissism led her to believe that she deserved to be coddled, pampered, and obeyed and that men are responsible for her security and well being while she provides nothing in return besides constant bitching and whining.

You last sentence would be better written as, "Vagina? Then you don't get it. Period."
Posted by arctic_jay on August 13, 2010 at 3:50 PM · Report this
OutInBumF 37
FTW @ 36!
Nullbull sure read a lot into "My dad worked all day. My mom worked all day, then came home and made dinner." Who knew Lindy's talent with the pen could summarize the ageless battle between the sexes is so few words? Geez- lighten up!
Great article, Lindy!
Posted by OutInBumF on August 13, 2010 at 11:33 PM · Report this
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Nice article Lindy.

Sometimes I wonder what I'm missing out on, when I stay away from spiritual goings on that make me cringe.

One thing that does help, is to have an open minded, but for the most part cynical person hold my hand and take me somewhere I don't normally go.

Nice work!
Posted by Madonna on August 14, 2010 at 12:34 AM · Report this
Reverse Polarity 39
1.) Hershey's is not chocolate. Period. It is a barely edible substance that badly masquerades as chocolate. It is wax and sugar with a tinge of brown food coloring and artificial flavors. It is among the worst "chocolate" on earth. Red Tent lost all credibility for me at this point (if they had any to begin with).

2.) The Red Tent Temple sounds as ridiculous as any other religious beliefs. But at least it seems pretty harmless. If it makes them feel better about themselves, more power to them.
Posted by Reverse Polarity on August 14, 2010 at 1:22 PM · Report this
Knat 40
@15: I'm with you.

If there is an afterlife, I think a Red Tent Temple is where I'm going to be forced to spend eternity (probably with my mouth sewn shut), as punishment for the wrongs I've committed.
Posted by Knat on August 14, 2010 at 1:22 PM · Report this
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Speaking as a hard-working, spiritually advanced, equality friendly, evolved male, NULLBULL, SHUT THE F*CK UP!!! Geez, you just keep making it worse. Lindy's comment was NOT ABOUT YOU. It was NOT ABOUT MEN. The whole article was about women. Kee-rist, man! Let it go for all of our sakes.
Posted by evolvednesses on August 14, 2010 at 3:40 PM · Report this
HellboundAlleee 42
I so totally get this. I am a hard atheist and a soft-ball stage skeptic (you can't be completely hard if you're a SubGenius), but I get it. I read this article in a crunchy-granola/anarchistic blog about menses huts and the like and...and I think it sort of changed my life.

http://newoldtraditions.com/2010/01/05/t…

Thing is, I think, for decorum's sake, and the sake of not looking like some weak woman who can't do stuff, a lot of us unconsciously try and hold it in, and it may very well cause a great deal of pain. It's so damned hush-hush, it may cause stress which in turn causes pain. The frank way she writes about this made total intuitive sense to me--I really don't cotton to homeopathy (total nothing in pill form), but the concepts are good. And I'm fucking repressed.
Posted by HellboundAlleee http://hellboundalleee.blogspot.com on August 14, 2010 at 6:47 PM · Report this
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@evolvednesses

"Speaking as a hard-working, spiritually advanced, equality friendly, evolved male, NULLBULL, SHUT THE F*CK UP!!! Geez, you just keep making it worse. Lindy's comment was NOT ABOUT YOU. It was NOT ABOUT MEN. The whole article was about women. Kee-rist, man! Let it go for all of our sakes."

Nullbull only made things worse for spineless dorks like you who think that the reason they can't get laid is because other men do things that make feminists angry. You are not evolved or spiritually advanced. You're a lapdog.

The sentence that nullbull quoted was about men; it was about how men work less than women. Lindy is just to much of a pussy to own up to her words.
Posted by arctic_jay on August 14, 2010 at 9:08 PM · Report this
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"And, for your information, there isn't a man alive who hasn't had some sort of relationship with a woman whose narcissism led her to believe that she deserved to be coddled, pampered, and obeyed and that men are responsible for her security and well being while she provides nothing in return besides constant bitching and whining."

Not so. I can't say I have ever had that relationship.
Posted by bored of the tiresome clichés on August 14, 2010 at 9:54 PM · Report this
this guy I know in Spokane 45
I was kind of amazed that it took until comment #39 for someone to slam the fake chocolate. Hershey's? Really? Hello, Scharffen Berger or Endangered Species or practically anybody, for god's sake.

I do appreciate the sentiment expressed about chocolate, but it's kind of like hearing someone wax rhapsodic about the amazingness of beer and say all kinds of stuff you totally agree with, and then you notice that they're drinking a Bud Light.
Posted by this guy I know in Spokane on August 14, 2010 at 10:37 PM · Report this
yelahneb 46
Nice work, Lindy!

Trolls: please go find another internet, one where being a dick makes you money or something. I'm genuinely starting to worry about what you consider a reasonable use of your time. I just want to help here.

Posted by yelahneb http://www.strangebutharmless.com on August 15, 2010 at 1:16 AM · Report this
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@yelahneb

Your baby is ugly
Posted by DurDeHurr on August 15, 2010 at 9:31 AM · Report this
Greg 48
@45: In fairness, Bud Light (on tap, please) has its place, mostly in the summer when it's hot as balls and you're not hungry yet. Manny's and ESB are too heavy for that weather, Pyramid and Widmer Bros. are too cloudy, Big Daddy IPA is right out, and nobody has Kölsch.

Lindy, good work as usual. You and your womb are great.
Posted by Greg on August 15, 2010 at 11:54 AM · Report this
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nullbull...are you on the rag or something?
Posted by tacomagirl on August 15, 2010 at 12:43 PM · Report this
yelahneb 50
@47 haha is this what getting served is like
Posted by yelahneb http://www.strangebutharmless.com on August 15, 2010 at 2:46 PM · Report this
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Thanks you for going and reporting back!
Posted by Zeus on August 15, 2010 at 3:10 PM · Report this
Violet_DaGrinder 52
And that is why I get along so much better with men.
Posted by Violet_DaGrinder http://www.imeem.com/jukeboxmusic51/music/y1malqpG/prince-the-new-power-generation-featuring-eric-leeds-on-f/ on August 15, 2010 at 3:25 PM · Report this
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WWLWD?
Posted by death makes some of us happy on August 15, 2010 at 3:31 PM · Report this
Texas10R 54
I love the concept of a venue/festival for women to be their natural selves. Those who deplore or ridicule such an idea likely do not understand that women, equal and yet different in their characteristics, are ABSOLUTELY requisite in the existence of humankind, and MUST be exalted, and, if necessary, protected, celebrated.
Posted by Texas10R on August 16, 2010 at 10:40 AM · Report this
Geni 55
I have a violent allergy to all things woo-woo (plus I don't like chocolate), so Lindy, thanks for taking one for the team and reporting back.
Posted by Geni on August 16, 2010 at 1:54 PM · Report this
seandr 56
@35: You are correct, and I appreciate the reminder.

I guess Lindy just found her peeps. Ewww.
Posted by seandr on August 16, 2010 at 9:53 PM · Report this
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You know, your time of birth is on your birth certificate. Not that hard to get one of those.
Posted by random commentator me on August 18, 2010 at 5:23 PM · Report this
(still) Grrrl 58
I'm glad the Stranger paid yer ransom and rescued you for the hippie womyn, Lindy. This was funny but not as funny as the Hooters story. :)
Posted by (still) Grrrl http://heartseamonkeys.blogspot.com/ on August 18, 2010 at 6:31 PM · Report this
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This was funny without being mean-spirited. Kudos!
Posted by Amanda on September 10, 2010 at 1:25 AM · Report this
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This was funny without being mean-spirited. Kudos!
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Simon stealthy spammer to the enlightened Red Tent article :)
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nullbull's Phunny, like in a rat-her patronizing way (so not really at all) particularly amusing iz his subconscious omission ov "Mom" yet inclusion ov "dad" in his reference to Lindy'z aMusingly Witty article :)
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maybe he needz to see the-rapists? and unlearn mans-laughter, then maybe lose the male-diction and try to rise abOve themasses :)
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@ 67/68.
Huh? What's your point?
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