Tag Archives: death

Giddy Up

This one goes out to everyone who has ever used a tragedy to further their own agenda – and I don’t care what sort of agenda that is, whether it’s heinous or noble, whether I’d support it myself or not. … Continue reading

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Not my body? I beg to differ.

A few days ago, a picture popped up in my newsfeed. It showed a dead embryo, covered in blood and fluids, and the caption was something along the lines of, “You think it’s your body? Think again.” It took me said few … Continue reading

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Writers die. And live forever.

Those of you who’ve been following my blog for some time know the name J.L. Fontaine. Judith Williamson in real life, she was a woman of great empathy and understanding, of sparkling eyes and ribald jokes, with a big heart and … Continue reading

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