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What Rosie O'Donnell Really Said She'd Like to Do with Her Period Blood
WHAT'S TRUE: In a 2015 radio talk show discussion about the period shaming of women, Rosie O'Donnell said, “I'd like to take my period blood I no longer have and write, 'You're all assh***s.' I'd like to smear it all over some people's faces.” WHAT'S
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Rosie O'Donnell: A Heartfelt Stand Up DVD
I have always believed in the idea of working on myself ( http://thequeenoff-ckingeverything. html ) and loving myself more than anyone else. Self-esteem may take longer to achieve for some rather than others but like I always say. “if you don’t love yourself you will never be able to love someone else”. I am not sure where or when I first heard the term gay or how I learned what it meant. It seems to me now that it was just par for the course of growing up. I don’t remember who my first gay friend was but I have had many in my life. It never seemed anything but normal to me, but I am an educated, functional New Yorker. Sadly the world is all to familiar with hate. Hate that knows no boundary of race, glass, or gender. I know that for much of my life I always wanted to attend the San Francisco gay pride parade. I don’t really know why, I suppose I liked the unity of it. Besides who doesn’t love San Francisco. My interest in the infamous resident of San Francisco, Harvey Milk, certainly added to my attraction to this city of equal love. Harvey Milk and his powerful story has always moved me especially when I learned in law class that this was the case with the so-called “Twinkie Defense”. As I have gotten older I have had an increased in my love of history and historic landmarks that naturally include sites of civil rights actions. Civil right monuments drive me to travel to places like Savannah, Georgia ( http://thequeenoff-ckingeverything. I am ashamed I have not yet been there but I am on my way. In my Gender Roles and Identity class I read a book by Robb Forman Dew called “The Family Heart, A Memoir of When Our Son Came Out”. On the cover of the book is part of the review by the Los Angeles Times: “Remarkable…. Dew has something important to say to every parent, every adult child, and every family”. The book is about the discovery her son was gay and how their family dealt with it. It was certainly an education for them and thus for others touched by the story. I was really moved and the author’s honesty. This book was published in 1993, which now feels like a lifetime ago to me. I definitely intend to reread it sometime soon. Another story that has also played a huge part in my education of just how far evil will go when two paths cross that shouldn’t. In 1998 the Matthew Shepard murder took the world by storm. The horrific way he was tortured and killed insights a rage in me I can barely stand. I wish the murderers would have suffered in the exact same way they made Matthew (I will not be spelling out the horrid details here as I feel its disrespectful). Then maybe, just MAYBE justice would be served. The comparison in my mind between sexuality and race discrimination resides very deep within me. I would love to explore that topic in a book I write someday. I hope by then the idea of prejudice for these two issues at least will seem bizarre by then. The same way I view the Supreme Court case Loving v. Virginia where the issue of a mixed race marriage was made legal. Unfortunately I had previous plans this weekend and will not have time to join in the celebrations for pride or attend the parade. However, I don’t believe that one weekend is enough. I believe in celebrating who I am and who others are year round. There are no parades or holidays specifically for single white women so I have to make sure I take time every day to revel in who I am. It’s not bragging if it’s true. I know that transgender is the hot topic around discrimination issues. But it is important to remember that previous unpopular social groups are still struggling despite the protection in the law of their rights. After all gay marriage was only recently settled. Public opinion takes a long time to change before the law feels the pressure to move ahead.
Rosie's Pineapple Cream Pie (pineapple, egg yolks, flour, milk, pie crust, salt, sugar)
Corn Chowder - Rosie Daley (cayenne, chicken broth, nonstick cooking spray, thyme, basil, corn, rosemary, onions, black pepper, red pepper)
Rosie's Bok Choy Salad (almonds, green onion, cabbage, margarine, olive oil, red wine vinegar, sesame seed, soy sauce, sugar)
Irish Rosie's Irish Soda Bread (baking powder, baking soda, caraway seed, eggs, flour, raisins, salt, sour cream, sugar)
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Rosie O'Donnell - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Roseann "Rosie" O'Donnell (born March 21, 1962) is an American comedian, actress, author, and television personality. She has been a magazine editor, and continues to ...
Rosie O'Donnell - IMDb
Rosie O'Donnell, Self: The View. Rosie O'Donnell was born into an Irish-American family in Commack, Long Island. She is the middle of 5 children, and is the daughter ...
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