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Somehow I once left a dress behind in Park City, Utah. I still have no idea how that happened.
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Sep 14, 2014 at 3:00pm | 127 comments

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If you end up making more than you can use (and you will, even I do) this also makes a kick arse present.
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I figured, how hard could it be?
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We worked on it back and forth until, somehow, it was 3 a.m. and I had a completely ridiculous garment that I could call a dress.
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The time of the event has actually arrived -- and I am more nervous than I expected to be.
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The week looms before us -- are you ready? Plus, COTW!
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Sep 7, 2014 at 3:00pm | 182 comments

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I was one of two Jubilees (from X-Men) in the parade.
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Sep 7, 2014 at 12:00pm | 60 comments

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I don’t fundamentally believe that any methodology belongs solely to the clinician or in a clinical setting.
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Sex work has been the making of me, not because it is sex work, but simply because it is work.
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I love summer. Summer beauty is a little harder sometimes. But the COTW is always in fashion.
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Medical students hardly have enough time to learn how to not kill people, let alone maintain a healthy relationship.
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If I put my name on this, my conservative family will never talk to me again.
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If you're in the US, are you working on Labor Day? Do you have other plans?
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I've been putting things off this week. Though I'd never put off sharing the COTW with you.
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Aug 24, 2014 at 3:00pm | 128 comments

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Sundays demand the kind of movie that will clear your mental clouds and buoy your heart without asking anything in return, like rapt attention or postponed bathroom breaks or, dare I even speak it, putting on shoes.
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My own attempts to challenge sexism within the sport have often been met with hostility. TRIGGER WARNING: descriptions of domestic and sexual assault.
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Have you checked for traps and searched for treasure? Also, as usual, the COTW!
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Don't get me started on roommates who subscribe to traditional gender roles in regards to housework, and therefore feel that the mess isn't their problem to deal with.