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Singlism or Sexism? You Decide April 2, 2010

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Hi everyone —

Check out Christina’s latest post at Change.org, which is about singlism, family planning, and women’s ability to become astronauts.

— Lisa

Onely on Change.org: Single? Rent a Date! February 26, 2010

Posted by Onely in As If!, blog reviews, Everyday Happenings, Reviews, We like. . ..
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This is a lazy woman’s post! Here is a link to my Change.org post about Chinese singles paying people to pose as their significant others. At first glance, it’s a bad idea. It concedes and caters to the maladjusted majority opinion that people need to pair up. (Apparently I have alliteration disease tonight.)  At second glance—haven’t you ever wanted to have a boyfriend or girlfriend for one particular event, like that time you were going to the Oscars and didn’t feel like walking down the red carpet alone under the scrutiny of all those pairing-obsessed paparazzi?

Or if date-renting singles aren’t your bag, you can go to the Take Action page on Change.org and find all sorts of petitions and letters you can add your name to. If anyone has an idea for a singles’-rights-themed petition, please let me know. Or go and create your own!

Lisa and I are sort of bumming because we’ve put a couple interesting links up on our Facebook pages, including the NYT article about how there are fewer men available to college women and a Change.org petition against American Apparel’s “best bottoms” contest, and no one really comments on them (except for my friend Nicole, yay Nicole!).  But if someone changes their “status” to “in a relationship” then OMG EVERYONE COMMENTS RIGHT AWAY HOW EXCITING CONGRATULATIONS!


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Onely (err, Christina) Saves the World! February 2, 2010

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So Christina is apparently too shy to post about her most recent writing endeavor — she’s been recruited by Change.org to blog regularly on women’s and single’s issues.

Check out her first post — stat!

(Oh, and in case you’re concerned, she’s not leaving Onely — just broadening her horizons! Go Christina Go!)

— Lisa

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