Archive for May, 2006


The internet allows an amount of anonymous hate that I find very unsettling- and I wonder about my decision to venture out into the cyber world, exposing my face and opinions for everyone to see, especially regarding See Candy Bleed.
Although this blog isn’t popular enough to have people troll it or post viscous comments, I’ve […]

The Coco Monologues

One of my roommates pointed out this wonderful article in the Washington Post about a play called “Hakeh Niswan,” or, in Arabic, “Women’s Talk.” Inspired by the Vagina Monologues (which, by the way, is a wonderful experience that everyone, vagina or no, should see), a Lebanese woman decided to write her own play about […]


This is for anyone and everyone out there who complains incessantly about illegal immigrants but has never had their job threatened by them. This is for everyone out there who says “Why don’t they learn to speak English?” This is for everyone who complained when the “Star Spangled Banner” was translated into Spanish.
You […]

So, I’ve got some great news in the online world of Candy.
First thing: my online set at won the April I Shot Myself Prize! I’m looking forward to doing another set for that site- I highly recommend it, and not just because it features me naked on it(although that’s certainly a valid reason […]

I find myself wondering where this blog, and I, myself, fit in. There seems to be a whole sphere of feminist blogs- and then an entirely different one in which sex blogs live. There are very, very few blogs that intersect both those worlds. I think that Susie Bright’s blog is a […]

So, I’m reading the Washington Post, and I happen upon this article. According to a new study, “Poor women in America are increasingly likely to have unwanted pregnancies, whereas relatively affluent women are succeeding more and more in getting pregnant only when they want to, according to a study analyzing federal statistics.”
How wonderful. […]

Welcome to my belated blog entry against disablism!
This one’s for you, Silvio.
I had a friend, Silvio, who died of Cystic Fibrosis at age 19. He was an amazing person- I won’t even try to describe him, because it wouldn’t do him justice.
As you may or may not know, Cystic Fibrosis is a genetic […]