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Ana Coqui
Librarian, reader, reviewer, boricua,
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Ana Coqui 26m
It did make an impression beyond oral sex. I still remember the scene where Ayla learns she doesn't have to have sex with whoever signals
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Ana Coqui 34m
Replying to @Kaetrin67
What about it?
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Ana Coqui 37m
There are worst ideas...
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Ana Coqui 50m
Replying to @SarahSGLyons
I was just posted the same thing!
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Ana Coqui 53m
Oh I remember that story. Didn't they try to say that he had a fetish of some kind?
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Ana Coqui 56m
Replying to @redwyne @IsobelCarr
And how many of us are still on FB...
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Ana Coqui 2h
Replying to @GrowlyCub @willaful
In this era of fake news, this is actually one of the least harmful...and I'm very used to rolling my eyes and moving on.
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Ana Coqui 3h
Replying to @GrowlyCub @willaful
She is still scandalized I read books with sex in it. She sent me a lecture about encountering the word orgy on my blog just 2 months ago.
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Ana Coqui 3h
Replying to @GrowlyCub @willaful
And thankfully we had read them all before she took them away. So I found out About oral sex from there.
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Ana Coqui 3h
Replying to @GrowlyCub @willaful
My mother has issues around sex. I don't think she considered that the SF we read also had it.
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Sarah Lyons 6h
Y'all, I'm so fucking scared. I had a 5.7cm (almost 2") Stage 3C breast cancer when I was 41. Not my fault. No personal responsibility.
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Ana Coqui 3h
Replying to @willaful
There was a slew of stuff we were discouraged from reading but the Auel books were the only one actually taken away.
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Sheila 13h
Only 12% of librarians are poc
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Ana Coqui 10h
Replying to @emilyjanehubb
Yeah, that was a completely foreign concept to me when I first encountered it at Calvin. Not something taught in my evangelical mutt days
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Ana Coqui 10h
Replying to @emilyjanehubb
There are faith traditions that do emphasize the counter-cultural/liberator aspect, more strongly. The weak becoming strong...
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Ana Coqui 10h
Replying to @emilyjanehubb
One can construct a narrative of religious almost passive-aggressive resistance.
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Ana Coqui 10h
Replying to @emilyjanehubb
I think if we look at who he lifts up (poor vs powerful), the other vs the insider, eating with tax collectors and chatting up adulteress>
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Ana Coqui 10h
Replying to @emilyjanehubb
But generally he didn't actively resist/protest the Roman Empire as some actually hoped a messiah would.
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Ana Coqui 10h
Replying to @emilyjanehubb
He did do some resistance toward the established religious leaders I guess. He was always healing people he wasn't supposed to & wrong time.
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Ana Coqui 10h
Replying to @Liz_Mc2
Having the inside scoop is gold because you can have a stellar course description and then phone it in.
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