Author has written 81 stories for Pretender, X-Files, Law and Order, Less Than Perfect, Queer as Folk, Law and Order: SVU, Keeping Up Appearances, British Comedy, Law and Order: CI, and Daria.
I never thought those anorexics on tv would get to me, but they really have!
Mike Cutter and Connie Rubirosa hooking up, I hate the idea. First of all it's really stupid to sleep with your boss, every self-respecting woman should know that! Second, I would rather Cutter get with a "real woman" so that there's more of a chance that a guy like him would be interested in some ugly frump like me. Not that I want a boyfriend though, I've already got enough on my plate, and they're all sh*t anyway.
Life of a lipstick lesbian: "I'll shop and party until I'm 80 haha!"
"I would much rather be a spinster with cats than be beaten up by some jerk wielding a club."
“The married woman knows that love is, at its best, an inadequate reward for her unnecessary and bizarre heritage of oppression.” (Beverly Jones and Judith Brown, Toward a Female Liberation Movement, Gainesville, Florida, June 1968, p. 23)
“Marriage . . . is a legal license to rape.” (Andrea Dworkin, Letters From a War Zone, Dutton Publishing, 1989)
“The price of clinging to the enemy [a man] is your life. To enter into a relationship with a man who has divested himself as completely and publicly from the male role as much as possible would still be a risk. But to relate to a man who has done any less is suicide. . . . I, personally, have taken the position that I will not appear with any man publicly, where it could possibly be interpreted that we were friends.” (Ti-Grace Atkinson, Amazon Odyssey, Links Books, 1974, pp. 90, 91)
“Since marriage constitutes slavery for women, it is clear that the Women's Movement must concentrate on attacking this institution. Freedom for women cannot be won without the abolition of marriage.” (Sheila Cronan, in Radical Feminism - “Marriage" (1970), Koedt, Levine, and Rapone, eds., HarperCollins, 1973, p. 219)
“The simple fact is that every woman must be willing to be identified as a lesbian to be fully feminist.” (National Organization for Women Times, Jan.1988)
“Marriage is a form of slavery.” (Sheila Cronan, in Radical Feminism - “Marriage" (1970), Koedt, Levine, and Rapone, eds., HarperCollins, 1973, p. 216)
“The institution of marriage is the chief vehicle for the perpetuation of the oppression of women; it is through the role of wife that the subjugation of women is maintained. In a very real way the role of wife has been the genesis of women's rebellion throughout history.” (Marlene Dixon, Why Women's Liberation? Racism and Male Supremacy)
“One of the differences between marriage and prostitution is that in marriage you only have to make a deal with one man.” (Andrea Dworkin, Letters From a War Zone, Dutton Publishing, 1989)
“The hurting of women is . . . basic to the sexual pleasure of men.” (From The New York Times, Larry Elder, Smiting Moses, FrontPageMag.com July 10, 1998)