Are You as Human as I am?
Recently I read about another controversy—this time over graphics on student t-shirts and hats that were photo-shopped out of yearbook pictures. The t-shirt allegedly said “Feminism is the radical notion … Continue reading →
If Witches Had the Vote
To realize how deeply entrenched “proper” female indoctrination is yet today, read a book that lies outside those boundaries and feel the constraints of what you expect taut against what … Continue reading →
Walking Out on Consideration
I’m an inveterate independent. I enjoy films such as FINDING YOUR FEET or THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL in which the leading lady creates a more fulfilling life for herself. … Continue reading →
Recently, a friend told me I’m lucky my husband allows me to be myself. Allows? He loved and married me as myself. And no one asked him if I could continue … Continue reading →
Should We Consider Electing a Female President?
“The female Amazon warriors were not a myth.” I turned on the TV in time to hear a professor who had unearthed graves of the infamous, fierce tribe described by … Continue reading →
Listening for a Mature Voice or How to Laugh When You Aren’t Drunk
Robert De Niro is a spokesperson for women? I don’t know how he feels in real life, but in the film The Intern (written and directed by a woman), he’s … Continue reading →