“Even a politically based TV show with strong female characters, for example Scandal, the women in elected positions are portrayed as emotional, cheating, ambitious at all cost (until they lose because of lady parts) characters.”
- The Glass Ceiling in Television Not Even Dented by Reality by Lisa Stevens-Goodnight on Serving Tea To Friends

Even a politically based TV show with strong female characters, for example Scandal, the women in elected positions are portrayed as emotional, cheating, ambitious at all cost (until they lose because of lady parts) characters.”

- The Glass Ceiling in Television Not Even Dented by Reality by Lisa Stevens-Goodnight on Serving Tea To Friends

"At one point we turned to each other then back to the snow covered hill and lamented that our responsible, adult selves from the rest of the year that had neglected to buy sleds because this would be the perfect hill for it."
- Snowed In: My Experience in the Boston Blizzard by Leigh Moyer on Serving Tea To Friends

"At one point we turned to each other then back to the snow covered hill and lamented that our responsible, adult selves from the rest of the year that had neglected to buy sleds because this would be the perfect hill for it."

- Snowed In: My Experience in the Boston Blizzard by Leigh Moyer on Serving Tea To Friends

"When I put this bra on, I feel, if only for a few seconds, in proportion. Desirable. Pretty. Like a smoking hot babe that any individual should hesitate to speak to because my beauty makes them nervous."
- Bombshell Convert by Kate Stogsdill on Serving Tea To Friends.

"When I put this bra on, I feel, if only for a few seconds, in proportion. Desirable. Pretty. Like a smoking hot babe that any individual should hesitate to speak to because my beauty makes them nervous."

- Bombshell Convert by Kate Stogsdill on Serving Tea To Friends.

"Without a doubt, we’ve all talked about, dreamed about, wondered and skirted around this ‘Real World’ concept, so I pose the question to you: what in the flying f*ck is the Real World and how do I become a Real Person in order to live within its space?"
- The real world or The Real World by Kate Stogsdill on Serving Tea To Friends

"Without a doubt, we’ve all talked about, dreamed about, wondered and skirted around this ‘Real World’ concept, so I pose the question to you: what in the flying f*ck is the Real World and how do I become a Real Person in order to live within its space?"

- The real world or The Real World by Kate Stogsdill on Serving Tea To Friends

"Certainly, I am not smart like those in Ravenclaw, nor cunning like those in Slytherin. And I am definitely not brave enough to find a home amongst the Hermione Grangers and Harry Potters in the Gryffindor house."
- Don’t Call Me Brave by Leigh Moyer on Serving Tea To Friends

"Certainly, I am not smart like those in Ravenclaw, nor cunning like those in Slytherin. And I am definitely not brave enough to find a home amongst the Hermione Grangers and Harry Potters in the Gryffindor house."

- Don’t Call Me Brave by Leigh Moyer on Serving Tea To Friends

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“‘We’re actually mutants, you know,’ he said, adding that us redheads are going extinct. I’m okay with that, as I don’t want my future children to be prime candidates for skin cancer, called ‘soul-less,’ or fall victim to’Kick a Ginger Day’ attacks.”

- Why I’ve Never Felt Like Like A Real Redhead by Laura Donovan on Serving Tea To Friends

“‘We’re actually mutants, you know,’ he said, adding that us redheads are going extinct. I’m okay with that, as I don’t want my future children to be prime candidates for skin cancer, called ‘soul-less,’ or fall victim to’Kick a Ginger Day’ attacks.”


- Why I’ve Never Felt Like Like A Real Redhead by Laura Donovan on Serving Tea To Friends

"Losing my virginity was, in a word, boring. I was at my boyfriend’s house and it was summer time. At that point, we were together maybe about eight months and we were, of course, in love."

- Of Condoms, Gravity, and Love by Kate Stogsdill on Serving Tea To Friends

"Losing my virginity was, in a word, boring. I was at my boyfriend’s house and it was summer time. At that point, we were together maybe about eight months and we were, of course, in love."


- Of Condoms, Gravity, and Love by Kate Stogsdill on Serving Tea To Friends

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september still life

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september still life

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