“Great Moments in Alice and Katie’s Friendship, Sunday, November 5th Edition:
At approximately 3:28 p.m., Alice started staring off into a corner in her room, holding a corner of her bedspread in her hands and feeling it lovingly. She then spake the word ‘Balmoral, which is the name of Queen Elizabeth II’s holiday home. Katie stood up, fairly abruptly. ‘I need to go,’ she said. Alice laughed as they relived the moment that was just shared. ‘Well, I’ll be in Brooklyn tonight, so if you need more Q-tips, look somewhere else,’ she said.”—
By the way, Alice and I used to keep a blog together and I just found it. (via katiecoyle)
“For women, obviously birth control is not a religious topic: it’s a health topic, and 99 percent of women in America use it. And at Planned Parenthood, we provide birth control to millions of women every single year, so yeah — I think they’re kind of mystified by what the ‘controversy’ is all about.
…I think we’re seeing in this presidential primary this sort of, like, race to the bottom, where every presidential candidate on the Republican side is trying to say ‘I would be absolutely the worst for women.’”—CECILE RICHARDS, president of the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, on The Daily Show (via inothernews)