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by / on February 4, 2014 at 11:01 am / in Education, Religion, Society

There is Something About Mary Magdalene, Part IV

Unfortunately for Mary, misrepresentations where first popularized by the Church itself and those representations have become the source for the popular culture portrayals.

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by / on November 2, 2012 at 10:00 am / in Book reviews, Culture, Dysfunctional family dynamics, Facebook Fan pages, Media, Society

The Bookie’s Daughter Free Kindle Ebook Dowloads for 24 hours only.

UPDATE: FREE Kindle ebook downloads for taboojive readers! For 48 hours only, taboojive readers can download Atlanta author Heather Abraham’s “The Bookie’s Daughter: A Memoir of Growing Up in a Crazy, Crime-Ridden Family” recently rated #1 on Amazon’s “Top Rated Memoir & Biographies of Criminals.” The Bookie’s Daughter is a wild ride through a childhood steeped in crime and populated […]

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by / on October 5, 2012 at 6:33 pm / in Alternative Healing/ Holistic Medicine, Body, Paranormal, Physics, Spirituality

Spiritual Saboteurs

At our core, we are all beings of energy. This means that there is a constant flow of energy within us. It also means there is a constant flow of energy around, through, and connecting us – and it affects you, even if you are not conscious of it.

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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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by / on October 1, 2012 at 11:52 pm / in Relationships


Alyssa Hart Recently I heard about a woman who was struggling within a relationship that had become violent.  Concerned about the situation, well-meaning friends urged her to take her two young children and get out of the house.  I don’t know any of the people involved in this situation but the frustration they expressed is commonly heard:  “Why doesn’t she […]

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by / on September 28, 2012 at 6:14 pm / in Philosophy, Religion, Society

Religion: Purge the Nonsense – Keep the Sensible

The Four Horsemen have done us a great service. They have exposed religion to the eye of analysis and have declared with eloquence that not only is it not beyond criticism but in a civilized society its public examination is fundamentally demanded. They have exposed the horror, degradation, murder and rape that religion often fosters, the abuse heaped on children in the name of sanctity, and the extremists for their dangerous ignorance and denial of science.

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by / on September 27, 2012 at 9:27 am / in Country, Culture, Current Events, Gender, Government, Politics, Prejudice, Rachel Hockett - Articles, Relationships, Sexuality, Society

The All-American Flag of Homophobia

What the plaintiffs are alleging is diabolical–for a political organization to steal an image, and demonize a couple’s love and privacy, in order to peddle bigotry and hate to win votes.

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by / on September 26, 2012 at 2:53 pm / in Body, Culture, Gender, Philosophy, Psychology, Relationships, Science, Sexuality, Society

Intersex, Part Two: Marriage Equality

This isn’t about “gay marriage” – bisexuals wish to marry as well – and it’s not a matter of “same-sex marriage” either, because this one still leaves intersex people in uncertainty.

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by / on September 22, 2012 at 12:03 am / in Country, Culture, Education, Media, Philosophy, Society

The Devolution from Hunter Gatherers to Consumer Culture: We No Longer Live Life, We Consume It

As a hunter gatherer, we retained the behavior of building the safe base (i.e. the home) and continued the hunting strategy only we now project this impulse on a different platform. We are now the workaholic, grocery store shopper desperately trying to fulfill our needs.

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by / on September 20, 2012 at 9:33 am / in Country, Culture, Current Events, Gender, Government, Politics, Prejudice, Rachel Hockett - Articles, Society

I Am the 47

Dear Governor Romney: With less than seven weeks until American voters determine the fate of the free world—no, the whole world—in the presidential election, I wanted to ask you how you’re doing. I’ve been reading things you said that you didn’t expect to have to share with the whole public—you know, things you said behind gilded, private doors, for the […]

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