A great Texas Observer article (by a friend of a friend!): Freedom's Just A Word: Texas is finally helping former prisoners. But can the smart-on-crime revolution survive budget cuts and a suspicious public?

Very cool: "Last October, the Oakland Museum of California was gifted the 'All Of Us Or None' poster collection of 23,500 political posters collected by Michael Rossman, a free speech activist from Berkeley. The posters document almost every political movement in the U.S. between the 1960s and the 1990s, particularly the time between 1965 and 1985 in the Bay Area."

Image: source. (With special love to my girl C)

In their most recent issue, the NY Review of Books reviews a number of books on prison rape and the government. I'm always glad to see this issue getting attention.

Gorgeous, awesome, mind-boggling images from Google Street View.

Great essay about the complicated dynamics of sex, about learning to set boundaries, etc. Glad to see this kind of honesty, bravery, and compassion in writing about sex.

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