Thursday, November 10, 2016

Morning Coffee (11/10/16)

Well, here we are. Sorry for the lack of a post yesterday; between the result and the sheer number of hours I'd been volunteering/not sleeping, I just couldn't make myself do anything but stay snuggled on the couch for most of the day. I'm still not up to reading many pieces about what happened, but I'm bookmarking interesting stuff to read later and I may share it then (properly labeled so you can avoid if desired) if you're interested. For now I'm going to give you two important links about where we go from here, and then a bunch of interesting and totally unrelated things I'd bookmarked over the last month or so and never had time to share. Hope you're all doing okay. Reach out if you need to talk.

A Letter to Young Women: How We Will All Move Forward Together Now

A List of Pro-Women, Pro-Immigrant, Pro-Earth, Anti-Bigotry Organizations That Need Your Support

I realize this is obvious to a lot of us, but the more actual research we can cite, the better: Study of adoptive families finds no differences for same-sex families

The Rolling Stone story had a lasting effect on the UVA campus

How One Man Was Wrongly Blamed for Bringing AIDS to America

American Child Brides and the Dangers of Underage Sex

“The Girl On The Train” And Women’s Dark Fantasies

Skeleton Offers Clue to Amelia Earhart's Fate

Andrew Jackson's Marco Polo

Ooh: Cartography Software for Fantasy Writers

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