It is really completely Emily who puts the work and thought into these great early-morning lists of topics xoJane contributors are supposed to write about. I just okay them and sometimes provide some words of encouragement/manipulative pressure. Then often, these great ideas lay by the wayside, unclaimed, ignored.
Working from bed-- Balloon by my side.
Well, this week this unthinkable happened: Almost every post topic got written! Here are the merely seven ideas from the week that no one wanted to write about. Do you blame them? Which would you have been interested to see an xoJane perspective on? Which would you like to write yourself?
Minnesota mother kicked out of Public Library for breastfeeding against state law
http://minnesota.cbslocal.com/2012/06/07/mom-speaks-out-after-being-told-not-to-breast-feed-in-public/ I think the lovely Julieanne is working on this one, which means it will be fun and funny to read (The onus is on YOU, Julianne! I used to have a managing editor who always used that phrase, "The onus is on you," and it made me picture her butthole on my face, because what else would it make you think of? Onus is a yucky word. Anyway, moving on)
FOX host walks off set after sexist jokehttp://thinkprogress.org/media/2012/06/14/499578/female-fox-anchor-walks-off-set-after-co-hosts-sexist-joke/
Aisha Tyler tells gamer dudes to go fuck themselveshttp://i.imgur.com/JOgJS.jpg
Men won't commit because of all that pesky sexual female freedom http://www.huffingtonpost.com/dr-wendy-walsh/say-no-to-sex_b_1537317.html
World's youngest gastric bypass patient is 12 -- maybe along with the Vogue dieting kid article from awhile back, we could do something bigger on kids and weight loss http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2158126/Worlds-youngest-gastric-sleeve-patient-says-having-risky-weightloss-surgery-12-changed-life.html?ITO=1490
There's as store online that only sells purple things. I don't know what to say about that. http://www.thepurplestore.com/
I live/love you guys. Happy weekend!