Monthly Archives: July 2010

A Beautiful Thought

I had a beautiful thought the other day. What if this large, mostly conservative city had as many women’s centers like this: A Long Walk Home as they do “erotik shopes”? Here is more about the Girl/Friends art therapy program. Advertisements

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It Wasn’t

Brief housekeeping here: I promise not every post will be about abuse This one is though, you’ve been warned ;-P Last night I awoke to the sound of screaming. I thought it was in my house. I thought it was … Continue reading

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Don’t Write Off Men Just Yet

With women making far-reaching gains, there’s a larger question. Are women simply better-suited than men to today’s jobs? The Atlantic raised this issue provocatively in this month’s issue with a cover story by Hanna Rosin bluntly entitled, “The End of … Continue reading

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Witness

I saw an attempted assault yesterday. I heard a woman cry out indignant and afraid so I turned to see. A guy was grabbing at her clothes, she was backing away looking for escape. Another guy stepped in and pushed … Continue reading

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Nate Phelps Story

At the age of 7, I could recite all 66 books of the Bible in 19 seconds.  My father insisted on this because he was frustrated at waiting as his children flipped back and forth trying to find the verses … Continue reading

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The original “Quiverfull” movement

A troop of kids with Saint’s names–such as the 11 children of Senator Robert F. Kennedy [before his untimely death] gleamed their teeth and freckles at us from the pages of Life and Look magazines. Happy, healthy active–and just as … Continue reading

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5 Organizations Helping Women Get Ahead in Tech

The ratio of women trained in computer science education is even lower now than it was in the 1930s. via 5 Organizations Helping Women Get Ahead in Tech. Women and technology is one of my new passions as a reformed … Continue reading

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