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Category Archives: Women
I met my feminist soulmate, an amazing woman named Jessica Cabot and we started a podcast. Listen to Jessica and I deconstruct movies on “Jessica & Solange Take Down The Patriarchy”!
The other night I watched a really bad movie — I forgot the name — but it involved caves and scuba diving and my self-inflicted choices were that or “Love Actually.” When the first two characters died —a woman and the … Continue reading
I recently stumbled across Julie Klausner’s Valentine to Maturity and had a moment of soul mate connectivity that seems to get rarer and rarer on this Google/Facebook real estate that once seemed as expansive as the ocean, but now feels … Continue reading
My friend and I went to the beach this morning and baked ourselves into a skin cancer frenzy and talked about everything under the sun (no pun intended). On the list of topics was boys (Really? How odd? Hetereosexual women … Continue reading
I once read that women have instincts to think circularly due to thousands of years of runnning around like headless chickens (except with heads) taking care of everyone (weaving baskets, shucking corn, scaling cliffs like Ninjas with babies on their … Continue reading
There are so many Mirandas in this society (the redhead from Sex and the City who typifies the angry, bitter, hurt woman who has no faith in relationships and, yet, simultaneously kicks ass in her career – LOVE HER!), that … Continue reading
It’s not that I believe that women should have to work out, and getplucked, waxed, dyed, padded, and thonged, to be lovable…but havingdone my share, it’s a little unnerving to go out with a guy who doesn’tseem to notice it. … Continue reading
As lonely as I am, I know that there are women out there sleeping with warm bodies who are equally, if not more, lonely. Because nothing is lonlier than walking, talking human beings who are in an emotional coma (zombies … Continue reading
I just wanted to take a moment to experience a reality check of gratitude for my life. Despite my complaining and whining, my life is pretty damn good. While the great majority of women in this world are living in … Continue reading