know you find me fascinating, but you can only spend so
long in one place.
So here are the places I visit. I hope you enjoy them, and thanks for coming.
I consider activism a requirement of good citizenship. These sites are some of the ways I stay informed (for more fat and feminist activism, check out those categories).
Local arts organizations and interesting resources; links I collect tend to focus on theatre and dance.
A collection of books I highly recommend, on a variety of subjects. I encourage you to buy from your local independent bookstore if you can.
daily reads 
Not exactly "daily", but these are the sites I visit whenever I find the time. Mostly others' blogs and personal sites.
Web design resources for any level of skill. Designers I personally admire and drool over.
education & parenting 
Sites that touch on learning theories or advocate educational reform.
Resources for people of all sizes, especially large. News, activism, shopping, blogs and communities.
An assortment of my favorite feminist resources: zines, personal and political sites, ways to learn or take action.
folkloric dance 
educational material, shopping, costuming, and generally cool stuff related to middle eastern and polynesian dance
general politics 
political-leaning sites that aren't as directly activist as the activism section, and that don't belong anywhere else
Health and fitness resources that don't fixate on dieting and exercise as punishment. Really, you don't need that stuff. (Also, see the "fat" category for more excitement)
Personal sites I admire from afar (the ones I like, but don't have time to read often enough).
Text, etymology, translation & clever little gadgets for playing with your language.
Bands, labels, record stores and funky clubs. My musical taste tends towards alt-country, indie pop, and the occasional seventies rock throwback.
Sites with lists of more sites. Independent portals are some of the most exciting places to get lost on the web.
You call it myth, I call it religion. Stories, anthropology and the history of people trying to figure things out.
Porn for the people. Sex education. Queer politics. Other stuff.
Fun, mostly independent, places to shop and window-shop. All places where I have shopped (or at least drooled).
Funky places to stay, eat and be cultured along the eastern seaboard.
Also, if you've been linked and quoted and you don't want to be, by all means drop me a line. I mean only to express appreciation for your fabulosity, not to abuse your words.