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September 29th, 2011

Anonymous Occupy Wall Street Call To Action

Anonymous Occupy Wall Street Call to Action

From Daily Kos:
UPDATE-Anonymous YouTube video censored
“This video was originally uploaded early this AM. I know, I watched it and bookmarked it to post later. When I went looking for it, it was… gone.

Anons have re-uploaded it, but it may well be taken down again. If you have the ability and will to do so, please copy and re-upload.

Below the orange solidarity squiggle, the transcription,and an UPDATE.”

The link above has the video transcript. Here’s a direct link to the video which may get pulled.

Posted by Vixen as News, Activism at 11:34 PM CDT

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September 24th, 2011

Update On Long Island Serial Killer

Long Island Serial Killer

From Tits and Sass:
Long Island Serial Killer Update
“Here’s the deeply depressing, and depressingly unsurprisingly verdict: two of the unidentified victims found on Gilgo Beach were likely working as prostitutes. One was an Asian male whose body was found in women’s clothing. He’s the only man among the ten bodies uncovered thus far. (Edit: Dacia has pointed out that the victim may have identified as a trans woman.) The five identified victims were all escorts.”

If you want to tell Suffolk County officials to give sex workers amnesty you can find details here.

Posted by Vixen as News, Sex Workers at 9:55 PM CDT

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September 18th, 2011

Ass Flower

“I think they designed flowers after your ass Mistress.”
-regular client

Posted by Vixen as Quote Book at 10:13 PM CDT


September 17th, 2011

Occupy WallStreet

Occupy WallStreet

Today’s the day to occupy WallStreet. Will this be the hoped for start of a revolution, a beat down by the police or something in between?

From Adbusters:
“Good news culture jammers!

The weather forecast for tomorrow is partly cloudy skies and highs of 68°F. Nighttime temperatures will reach a low of 52°F. There is a small chance of rain later in the week. Bring, at minimum, warm clothing, sleeping bag, food, water and a tarp.

Saturday’s occupation begins at noon in Bowling Green Park. The first people’s assembly will start at 3 p.m. at One Chase Manhattan Plaza and continue until our one demand is agreed upon by all. Check out the full schedule of events.

A leaked bulletin from the New York Police Department reveals that they expect at least 5,000, and maybe even 20,000 people to swarm Wall Street tomorrow. That just might be enough for us to pull this off!

A telephone support line has been set up by For directions or help call (877) 881-3020 to speak with a local activist. For legal advice, or to report an arrest, call the National Lawyers Guild at (212) 679-6018.”

Personally I think the “one demand” should have been decided beforehand. The chance that informants will infiltrate this group is much higher once people are on the ground. Add to that various police beatdowns, tear gas and media pressure to the event and trying to decide something important just got that much harder. I’d vote for the revocation of corporate personhood myself.

Can’t make it to WallStreet? There’s solidarity protests happening worldwide. See the link above for details.

Posted by Vixen as Activism at 10:09 AM CDT

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September 14th, 2011

Sex Worker Stickers

Since I donated to the Sex Worker Billboard project I got free stickers.

SWAAY stickers

Super cute! I think the heart shape is clever. SWAAY is currently having difficulties with the billboard project. Long story short-no LA billboard company will take their business. I’ll post any updates as soon as I get them.

Posted by Vixen as Activism, Sex Workers at 9:15 PM CDT

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September 12th, 2011

Our Grief Is Not A Cry For War

Yesterday I was sick so didn’t make a 9/11 post on time. But a day late isn’t bad. I’ve blogged several times about 9/11. Mostly I focus on questioning the official story. This year though I want to shift focus. Of all the commentary Reverend Billy’s video stood out the most. He’s asked “What happened to peace?” What happened indeed.

Here’s older footage from Rev. Billy in the days after 9/11. His words still ring true. I love his phrase “our grief is not a cry for war”.

Can we get back to that state-people gathered together trying to figure out how to deal with tragedy in a peaceful way? Ten years of war painfully show us how much it’s not working.

Posted by Vixen as Activism at 1:05 PM CDT

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September 10th, 2011

A Valid Point

sarcasm 2021

I’ve been seeing the above graphic on Facebook a lot the last few days. It makes an excellent point.

Posted by Vixen as Musings at 10:19 PM CDT

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September 6th, 2011

Walking Naked In The Woods

naked walk woods

From this gallery. This is a great gallery. Walking outdoors feels so freeing.

Posted by Vixen as Sexy Sensations at 8:45 PM CDT