We are afraid to come forward. Why are we afraid we’ll loose our jobs, our friends, our relationships, or our reputations if we say anything? Why don’t we tell everyone he lied about us? Why don’t we come forward when we are stalked by an older boss, who drives by our house while his trophy wife and…
A must read from Kristen Lamb. Click here for: Refuse to be Homogenized—Beauty, Bullying and Media “Mean Girls”. This article gets the full big five stars from West Coast Review. And if you aren’t following warriorwriters.wordpress.com you ought to be. Do yourself a favor.
Click here for: Shelter Girl – A Reminder.
Fantastic Post: You must CLICK HERE and read it RIGHT NOW: Gloria Steinem is Dead. Long Live Gloria Steinem..
Click here for entire article. Well worth your time: Women’s News: Supporting the Women of the World.
Girl History Month – Famous Irish Women. Irish Ladies Rock!
The Fear of Fat. Read this.
With all the debate on having kids and working my answer is….
Click here for: Wigs ‘n’ things. 5 stars from West Coast Review. This is one of the best blogs I’ve read – ever.
Women’s News: How A Bra Fitting Reintroduced Me To My Boobs And Made Me A New Friend
Wonderful article – click here for the complete post and magazine cover art: The Lips of a Strange Woman: The Pulp Art of Margaret Brundage.
Wonderful article well worth taking a look at: Winter Wear in the 1640s. This one gets a 5 star rating from West Coast Review!
Don’t throw rape back in the faces of women. Women who are raped don’t ask for it. They don’t want it. They are not to blame. Ten rape prevention tips: 1. Don’t put drugs in women’s drinks. 2. When you see a woman walking by herself, leave her alone. 3. If you pull over…
It you haven’t checked out the blog “Heart to Hearth Cookery” a blog about historic food and cooking the really old way, then you’re missing a real treat. I came upon this blog just by chance and now I’m hooked. Check it out: http://hearttohearthcookery.wordpress.com/2012/12/26/dutch-goose-for-the-holidays/
A beautiful story from Niamh Clune: Remembering Eleanor Rigby. Don’t forget those who are alone.