Sure...he's got a little hole drilled somewhere in here, with a wire hooked to it. When a new post comes in, it vibrates...(who knows what against!)...letting him know we're in here, and we're talking...and then he sneaks a peek! Uh, huh...we're on to you, CE...
You'd think they'd post something in the His Talk forum...something we could sneek peeks at, too!
Anyway, sadie...have you seen the BITCH site:
Bitch | Feminist Response to Pop Culture is a print magazine devoted to incisive commentary on our media-driven world. We feature critiques of TV, movies, magazines, advertising, and more-plus interviews with and profiles of feminist pop culture makers, new books and music, and lots more.
Bitch seeks to be a fresh, revitalizing voice for feminism, one that welcomes complex arguments, showcases witty and whip-smart critiques of popular culture, and refuses to ignore the contradictory and sometimes uncomfortable details that constitute the realities of life in an unequivocally gendered world.
Bitch is about formulating replies to the sexist and narrow-minded media diet that we all - intentionally or not - consume. It's about critically examining the images of femininity, feminism, class, race, and sexuality that are thrown at us by the media. And by media, we mean TV, movies, books, magazines, the music world, advertising, fashion, the web-and we also mean the messages that are sent through the news media, in schools, and on the streets.
Bitch is about forging connections between the sociocultural messages we get and the commercial agendas of who's behind them. It's about creating a dialogue - making people aware that the dissenting views they hold are, in fact, shared by many. It's about asking ourselves and each other questions: Where are the female-friendly places in the mass media? Where are the things we can see and read and listen to that don't insult our intelligence? How can we get more of them?
Bitch is about saying, We can make them.
When I get time, I want to do some looking around at that site.