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Healing Through A Trigger by Janis Stanton

Two and a half years ago I exited my 21 year long abusive marriage. I say exited because I feel it’s the most accurate, non-derogatory way to put it. 717 more words

An Amazingly Busy Week

The Women’s Center has had a busy week, attending some great events for wonderful causes.   First we attended the Clothesline Project, which we hope will be a continuing tradition on our campus.   103 more words

Women's Center

The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban

“If one man can destroy everything, why can’t one girl change it?”
— Malala Yousafzai, I Am Malala: The Girl Who Stood Up for Education and Was Shot by the Taliban



My dad regularly called me a bitch, and I’m happier for it.

I, like many parents I’m sure, often find myself wondering what more I can do to benefit my daughter. 301 more words


Making sense/Argument dynamics/Protecting your love

From what I can see we often react in ways that do not make any sense. Especially when we are critisizing others, parents come to mind, they say hilarious things that don’t make any sense at all. 1,276 more words


The Silent Ones...

Just imagine if you were being abused by your partner and police officers as well as the judicial system would not take you or your claims seriously.  649 more words


Did An Alaska Republican Congressman Once Kill Someone?

Did Alaska Republican Congressman Don Young murder someone once?

According to Wonkette:

(Young’s opponent Forrest Dunbar) said the two were walking near each other backstage (before their debate) when Young said angrily, “You’re not from Cordova any more than I’m from Fort Yukon. 232 more words

U.s. Politics