Women’s issues

by / on February 12, 2017 at 10:05 pm / in Aging, Body, Education, Gender, Health, Women's issues

Female Heart Attacks: Symptoms and Life Saving Advice

An ER nurse says this is the best description of a woman having a heart attack that she has ever heard. Please read, pay attention, and SHARE……….

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by / on December 14, 2014 at 10:57 am / in Culture, Current Events, Dysfunctional family dynamics, Society, Uncategorized, Women's issues

Your Blackness is Not My Blackness So Please Stay in Your Lane

The social media can be both a curse and a blessing. It is a blessing because you have the opportunity to read the viewpoints of millions of people. However, it is also a curse because very often, you are also exposed to the ignorant arrogance of people. Especially when it comes to defining “Blackness” because some Black folks have declared […]

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by / on February 12, 2014 at 8:25 pm / in Body, Culture, Health, Philosophy, Society, Women's issues

This Father Just DESTROYED Society’s Definition Of Beauty. This Is Perfect.

Dr. Kelly Flanagan, a licensed clinical psychologist and happy father of three, keeps a fantastic blog, full of wonderful opinions and personal advice. He has made a habit out of writing letters to his young daughter, to help teach her about the world. But not only his daughter could benefit from reading his wise words. Check out what he had to say […]

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by / on July 8, 2013 at 10:49 am / in Body, Country, Culture, Editorials, Education, Gender, Sexuality, Society, Women's issues

Educate Not Shame

Slut-shaming is one of the many tools used by American society to embarrass women who are sexually active and have the nerve to actually enjoy sex. Whether by choice or force, women who have sex are ridiculed in cruel and demeaning ways. Example: Cassidy Goodson. Cassidy is a young girl who last year was charged as an adult in the […]

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by / on June 27, 2013 at 10:59 pm / in Body, Country, Current Events, Gender, Government, Health, Politics, Women's issues

More Than Meets The Eye

When I was 17 and my parents told me we were moving to the United States of America I didn’t quite know how to react to that piece of news, but when they told me we were moving to Texas the reaction was immediate: dread. I thought that people here still rode horses around the streets or they were not […]

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by / on June 18, 2013 at 9:19 am / in Culture, Editorials, Philosophy, Prejudice, Society, Women's issues

The Weight of Feminism

“As a society, we encourage girls and women to be emotionally accessible, and in touch with their feelings; we say that it’s an innately feminine trait. We say it, that is, until they have feelings that make us uncomfortable, at which point we recast them as melodramatic harpies, shrieking banshees, and basket cases.” – Tori Amos Call me a feminist. Go […]

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by / on December 10, 2012 at 12:06 am / in Culture, Current Events, Politics, Relationships, Women's issues

Is There Really Any Question about Choice?

We need to look at the heart-breaking, painful, or distressing circumstances behind many women’s choice for abortion in order to approach this topic with the integrity it deserves.

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by / on November 5, 2012 at 6:51 pm / in Country, Culture, Current Events, Gender, Women's issues

Not the Average American Family

My family would not be considered “normal” by societal standards because I am an unmarried African American single mother. I have three children and I have been a parent since I was sixteen. I was not trying to become a single parent at the age of sixteen but I did so there is no use over crying over spilt milk […]

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by / on October 31, 2012 at 11:42 am / in Body, Parenting, Relationships, Society, Women's issues

Why We Shouldn’t Overturn Roe v. Wade (yet): A Pro-lifer’s Point of View

I was never really good at picking sides. When my friends would argue and then ask me to weigh in, more often than not I told them I was on my side, not anyone else’s, and promptly invoked Switzerland status. The reasoning behind this is that I usually agreed with (or could at least concede to) parts of what each […]

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by / on October 4, 2012 at 10:27 am / in Country, Culture, Current Events, Gender, Government, Politics, Rachel Hockett - Articles, Society, Women's issues


It wasn’t until 1920 (the year of my 92-year-old mother’s birth) that we even had the right to vote. Certainly this is no time for us to squander that hard-won power. Did you see Gloria Steinem’s recent email (October 2, 2012), laying it out flat why women not only have to support Obama, but why we also have to vote? […]

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