Author Archives: Bettieluv

About Bettieluv

I'm a Roman Catholic post-surgical transgender straight woman with Borderline Personality Disorder.

The most beautiful theory

The most beautiful theory: Gravity is not a force; it is a distortion of space-time. As John Wheeler, a physicist given to pithy dictums about tricky physics, put it decades later: “Space-time tells matter how to move; matter tells space-time … Continue reading

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Your Thong Might Be Bad For Your Health

Your Thong Might Be Bad For Your Health Source: Huffington Post (Opens in a new tab, window or screen.) “That thong may be depositing colonic bacteria into your vagina or urethra.” My ex used to call thongs “bum floss”, – … Continue reading

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July 6, 2017

And it came to her in a dream that . . . . Actually, that rather biblical-sounding thing did happen last night, – about my WordPress blogs hobby. In a half-wakeful, thoughtful reverie, my semiconscious me reasoned that instead of my … Continue reading

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No desk of your own?

No desk of your own! http://www.cbc.ca/news/business/future-workplace-innovations-1.4119806 “This is my office now,” Kathy laughs, holding up a backpack. Inside are her computer, glasses, chargers, and everything else she needs to get through the day. She also has a locker, as all employees … Continue reading

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Thou Shalt Not Mess With Women

Notwithstanding the justice of their cause, one cannot help but admire the attention-getting wit of the reverend having “- Fallopians 19:73” as the citation on her sign which she carried in the Women’s March on Seattle on the day after … Continue reading

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A century on: Why Arabs resent Sykes-Picot

Click on the link below for what seems to me to be an excellent clarification. A century on: Why Arabs resent Sykes-Picot Part of my upbringing was in that part of the world so I feel for the people. The … Continue reading

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Attawapiskat, and the fallout of intergenerational trauma

Attawapiskat, and the fallout of intergenerational trauma “What will allow places like Attawapiskat to get better? The equal ability to receive a proper education in your own community in all its forms. Curricula that teach children about their culture and … Continue reading

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