« My wife could beat me up: a note on women and muscles | Main | "After the final no there comes a yes": rethinking salvation, and a response to Camassia »

February 24, 2006


M Light

I love "When I was a Boy" - so what does your women's studies class think of it?


I haven't played it for them in a few years -- most liked it very much. It's one of those songs, like No Doubt's "Just a Girl", that gets a basic point across in a compelling way, one that isn't possible without music.

Bob C

steve earle, followed by dar

heck yeah


And I have lost some kindness, but I was a girl, too. And you were just like me, and I was just like you.

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Photo

Regular reads

Blog powered by Typepad
Member since 01/2004