Tag Archive | chickens

Vegetarianism and Endangered Chickens

I was a vegetarian for a decade or so in my early twenties. I had read a book titled “The Sexual Politics of Meat: A Feminist-Vegetarian Critical Theory” by Carol J. Adams which, in my opinion is not an easy book to read, nor is it especially well written. Adams repeats herself often throughout the […]

Good morning! It’s Day 1 of NaBloPoMo! (And NaNoWriMo!)

Good morning! It’s Day 1 of NaBloPoMo! (And NaNoWriMo!)

Hello friends and bloggers! I am so excited to be participating in this month’s NaBloPoMo hosted by the amazing BlogHer! By adding GypsyRue to the official blog roll at BlogHer I have set a goal for myself, my readers and the other (around 400!) bloggers who are part of this, to write one new blog […]

Like a hole in the head

It is a huge thing when you have a Neurosurgeon shrug at you. In the Western World, Brain Surgery and Rocket Science are the pinnacles of Intelligence, to the point of being clichĂ©, so when a Brain Surgeon doesn’t know what to do, it becomes hard to be hopeful. My wife has always been a […]

Women Who Submit

Empowering women writers to submit their work for publication

Ponies and Martinis

Every day brings a little of both

Renee Robbins. Writes.



Some mistakes are too good not to share

Dukkha Most Fowl

The Farmer-Pharisee and the Dharma of Chickens