Who I Am: 
I'm really no good at talking about myself. I'll just say that I'm very interested in "women's issues", specifically childbirth and breastfeeding as these issues aren't very prominent in the general feminist community. Not many people are aware there is a problem or how it relates to feminism but the current state of childbirth in our country harms women and doesn't give us the choices we need to birth productively and normally as our bodies are meant to do. On an unrelated note, I am also very interested in animal rights and environmental issues. I try everyday to reduce the amount of waste that comes into our house to make it more environmentally friendly and efficient. I am a vegetarian. I have a two year old daughter who I stay home with at the moment, but I hope to get back to school soon. I'm not sure what I want to do; it might be anything from journalist to midwife. I'm still deciding!
What I'm Listening To: 

Kimya Dawson, Regina Spektor, Coldplay, Wolfmother, Cat Power, Queen, The White Stripes, Cake, Beck, The Riverboat Gamblers, The Fiery Furnaces, Glen Hansard, Eisley, Flight of the Conchords, The Vines, Muse, The Max Levine Ensemble, Oasis, Liz Phair, Radiohead, The Shins, The Toadies, Weezer.

What I'm Watching: 

Flight of the Conchords

What I'm Reading: 

I love to read; I'm usually in between about ten books at any given point in time, with about twenty more lined up for me to read when I'm done, so I try and update this list whenever possible but it's usually behind a bit. I get to it when I can. The first two books listed are a couple of my favorites that I read last year.

Misconceptions: Truth, Lies and the Unexpected on the Journey to Motherhood, by Naomi Wolf

Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement and Reproductive Health, by Toni Weschler

Books I've Read This Year:
Slut!, by Leora Tanenbaum
Born on a Blue Day, by Daniel Tammet
Sickened, by Julie Gregory
Lullaby, by Chuck Palahnuik
Letter To A Christian Nation, by Sam Harris
Invisible Monsters, by Chuck Palahnuik
The Jungle, by Upton Sinclair
Whistling in the Dark, by Lesley Kagen
How The Pro-Choice Movement Saved America, by Christina Page
The Meaning of Wife, by Anne Kingston
Birth: The Surprising History of How We Are Born, by Tina Cassidy
Mommies Who Drink, by Brett Paesel
Choke, by Chuck Palahnuik

Currently reading:
Moving Beyond Words, by Gloria Steinem
Why I Am Not A Christian, by Bertrand Russell
Fight Club, by Chuck Palahnuik
Bitch: In Praise of Difficult Women, by Elizabeth Wurtzel