Ex Machina

Love me some Steampunk. artwork by Cris Ortega

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Never after

“Once upon a time, a wish, a promise of eternal love. A smile, a lie, a last kiss, and a simple ‘wait for me’. ‘Till death do us part’, you said, and Death will part us for sure. But to hold from that day forward, my enslaved soul was left down. And I hear the

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The sound of her wings

I’m going to be posting some Chris Ortega artwork here because I am so blown away by it. Artwork featuring the popular character Death of The Sandman series of Neil Gaiman.

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Category Archives: Women’s Issues

talking abortion

… and doing it the way it should be done at The Vent.

How are we going to blame Men for this one?

Have you heard the one about the woman advertising to lose her virginity? Somewhere between Burkas and sex surveys for 6th graders we’ve ended up with Sarah DiMuro. She’s a modern day woman child, a sexually liberated virgin looking for

The Emotionally Weaker Sex

What kind of a man defines manliness by combatting women walking pets in streets? No man a real woman could ever respect. These men are not men. They are tremulous little boys afraid of their own response to real women.

Cammi Granato dumped!

Arrogance and stupidity in hockey is hardly an anomaly these days. Only this time it’s affecting the U.S womens team. Without warning or just cause Cammi Granato has been cut from team USA by head coach Ben Smith. ESPN’s John

Catching Rapists?

This is probably the strangest article I’ve ever read. A rape victim once wished for teeth “where it mattered”. Now a device has been designed to “bite” a rapist’s penis. The patented device looks and is worn like a tampon,

Some sobering thoughts

Roya Johnson : Vice President, US Alliance for Democratic Iran and former political prisoner of the Iranian regime “My observations during years of incarceration as a female political prisoner in Iran proved beyond any doubt that nothing frightens the mullahs

Congratulations Ladies

U.S. Women Win World Hockey Championship U.S. team members, from left, Angela Ruggiero, Cammi Granato and Jenny Potter hold the trophy after winning the the Women’s World Icehockey Champinship Saturday, April 9, 2005 in the Cloetta Center in Linkoping, Sweden.