Gender Through a Jewish Lens →
“New memoirs by transgender authors Kate Bornstein and Joy Ladin illustrate the power of religion to shape how people construct their identities”
rileyanne: That awkward moment when AP and Chicago say Descartes’ but MLA says Descartes’s and you don’t know which style the thesis you’re editing is supposed to follow… I’d bet on Chicago.
chelsearising: (Taken with http://cinemagr.am) chelsearising made this of me.
◈❁a provisional dream❁◈: For all the cis people in... →
thefullmetalbitch: It’s not “cisgendered” or “transgendered”. It’s cisgender and transgender. Cis and trans are fine to shorten. Do not refer to someone as transgender or transsexual without prior identification and/or permission. Do not use “transgender” or “transsexual” or…
salvatorerex: Here’s my new song that’s going to...
2012 Student Loan Forgiveness Act: FAQs →
conjuringseed: megachiropteran: stfuconservatives: joiesdevivre: I was reading the FAQs on the 2012 Student Loan Forgiveness Act on Hansen Clarke’s website, and these two points stuck out: Would I still be eligible to enroll if my loans are in default? Yes. Unlike the federal government’s program of Income Based Repayment (IBR), there is no requirement for the borrower to be current on...