Category Archives: women and men

A Sign of the Times…

he was good-looking in a scholarly kind of way he spoke softly intelligently and he was funny he seemed truly interested in her but while she thought she would like to get to know him better she had closed the … Continue reading

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I finally lost that last five pounds…am I pretty enough now?

  Eating disorders still exist.  Some people spend their entire lives thinking about how much they weigh.  There’s something wrong with that.

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The Woman in Black – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

she always wore black always she said she did it to mourn for all the pain and suffering women were forced to face in their lives all the torture and misery caused by men and patriarchal society she kept her … Continue reading

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Think about it…

When I was walking past the biography section at Barnes, I noticed how many women, on the covers of their books, had their hands on, or next to, their faces.  It was incredible.  Not a single man had his hands … Continue reading

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Featured Post: What we’re told not to talk about – Georgiann Carlson — Brave & Reckless

  women aren’t allowed to tell the truth about what happens to them about their lives about motherhood about feeling trapped raising kids staying home when they’d rather be out living their own lives about what men do to them … Continue reading

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Okay, so…

So, I was looking at this thing on Bored Panda, where women wrote in and said that when they are out at a bar and a man wants to buy them a drink, if they order something non-alcoholic, the man … Continue reading

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