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Subversive Cross-stitching! What a lady-like way to express discontent!!

Short article by Holly Pervocracy about female horniness. I love love love her blog. It's what got me into feminism. She is funny and very well written. Not safe for work sometimes, but always worth a read. :D #feminism #sexpositive #equality

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No. But it gets retarded when you say it over and over and over and over. And learn what a Vulva is. Your cooch is not a vagina. It's a VULVA. You can't "shave" a vagina! Do some basic Googling. Thank you. Thank you very much.

Here's another super cute toy midwifery tools set!! :) My nieces are gonna have some fun new toys when I get home and start sewing!! :)

This new 2-disc edition is packed with information for the student midwife. A combination of live workshops and demonstrations help you prepare for clinical site training and experience. The set includes detailed instructions for many emergencies, such as postpartum hemorrhage, shoulder dystocia and shock. You'll also be shown how to set up and put away equipment and you'll be able to watch roleplay of various scenarios such as waterbirth procedures and neonatal resuscitation.

I will say this to a baby-sitter one day and see if they get it. The one who does has a full-time job.

i would love this necklace, but i still would rather a tattoo to celebrate passing my boards. :)

This pin was labeled "Midwife Thinking", but I think that most midwives would go for the Gaskin Manuevar (rotate to hands/knees) first given that it is the most effective way to resolve dystocia. On the other hand, my OB made it to "Enter: rotational manuevars" during my first birth to resolve dystocia. ~Nicole Raber

Raising a child is feminist - it's not fair to look down on women who choose to be stay-at-home moms instead of having a career outside the home. Feminism has given us this choice, now let's celebrate femininity in all its forms.

The No Push Method of Achieving Success: More Life Lessons from Midwifery