Thursday, July 1, 2010

June 2010 in review

It’s July! How’d we get here? I don’t get it. To celebrate this new month (and Canada woo), I am instituting a new feature reviewing the previous month by hits and comments:

Top posts, June 2010:

1. Trans woman Delphine Ravisé-Giard's breast size dictated by French civil court

2. Comics and disability: XKCD and dyslexia, Natalie Dee and Tourette's syndrome

3. New research confirms SAT racism

4. Disability and Comics: How Questionable Content's Faye and Hannelore normalize disability

5. The potential and the danger of first person in feminist discourse

Most discussed posts, June 2010:

1. More female instrumentalists, please. 23 comments

2. Trans woman Delphine Ravisé-Giard's breast size dictated by French civil court 12 comments

3. Mental disability and mental health are not mutually exclusive and Disability and Comics: How Questionable Content's Faye and Hannelore normalize disability 8 comments

4. 7-months-pregnant Melanie Williams subject to police violence for seeking medical attention and The potential and the danger of first person in feminist discourse 5 comments

5. Racism beneath the surface in Thurgood Marshall Elementary 4 comments

Starting this week, look for two new weekly features: a link round-up on Saturday and a round-up of my business elsewhere on the internets on Sunday!

Thanks for reading!

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