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Fourth Church

I won’t lie, I find it encouraging every time I hear a woman preaching.  I know there is still a bias within the church: I’ve had friends tell me they object to female pastors because they tend to be liberal; others find women’s ordination unbiblical because of the way scripture pertaining to pastors has been interpreted for many years.   680 more words


Margaret Thatcher: Women's Rights Advocate or Ruthless Politician?

Margaret Thatcher, born in 1925 in Grantham, Lincolnshire, raised as the daughter to a grocer, would later grow to be one of the most prominent and brutishly impressive female politicians of the 20th Century. 415 more words


The Ban Bossy Campaign

There are so many women nowadays in top positions in some of the top technology companies in the world. Lets take one company that everyone is familiar with – Facebook. 436 more words

I recently started dating again after being out of the dating pool for about 12 years. After several dates I have to admit that I was dumbfounded at how inept men around my age (let’s say 30-45) seem to be at dating. 1,278 more words

First Church

Okay, so, it’s not really my first church, or the first church, although the building once belonged to the first Baptist church in Hollywood, but we’ll get to that in a minute.   587 more words


Is the Media Really to Blame for the Gender Expectations That Exist in Society?

Image Source: (The Stylus 2014)

The media hold an immense amount of power to influence the gender roles and expectations in society today. The media, through their clever use of words and visuals, is able to paint an ideal image in our minds of the “accepted” way for both males and females to think, look and act in society. 557 more words

Meet the Inspirational Nargis Shirazi!

Nargis is one of the founders of WO-MAN Foundation and works as the Project Manager for the It Takes Two campaign. She has been awarded  673 more words

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