Wednesday, July 2, 2014

"The hosts will have only a few months of discomfort and inconvenience, though of course their careers must be set aside for a time."

As a salute to the five men on the Supreme Court who decided this week that corporations (which are persons) could make unilateral decisions to interfere with their female employees' access to insurance-covered contraception, at least partly on the mistaken grounds that all contraceptives work by aborting the tiny little blastocysts (which are also persons) inside those female employees (who, as it turns out, are apparently not really persons themselves), p3 proudly reminds our readers of this excerpt from Sheri Tepper's great science fiction adventure satire The Fresco.

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