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Naysayers and Mansplainers: Open Your Eyes

Today an anticipated 20 or so women will begin the U.S. Army’s elite Ranger school, bringing on yet another phase of public discussion on whether “women” (meaning, roughly 50% of the global human population) are capable of meeting the same standards required of the men in this particular school. 1,046 more words

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Friday Prayer

Word through the grapevine: this has been a tremendously tough week for many people. As women, we wear so many hats–lover, employee, boss, friend, mother and more. 167 more words

Anger Management

Cherry trees and children by Joanna

(Warning: Sexual exploitation, child abuse, rape)

I, am an angry woman.

You wouldn’t necessarily know that if you met me. People tend to tell me I seem calm , even serene (not necessarily my favourite way to be thought of, but it is often said, just the same). 553 more words

Where can a Woman be Loud by Beth Morey

I’ve been finding my anger, and I don’t know what to do with it.

What is the space for a woman’s anger in this world that wishes us, above all, to be easy on the ears and eyes? 282 more words

Why Feminism Is Still Necessary

I’m so happy and proud and grateful to live in a time and place where women have more respect and freedom than they have in a very long time, quite possibly ever. 864 more words


On Angry Women

We are taught early on that no one likes an overwhelming woman. Or, a woman who is too much, all over, all of the time. We are taught to keep our voices lowered, to avert our eyes, to please and thank you, to keep our dresses clean and stay with our mothers. 382 more words

21 Tips to Release Self-Neglect and Love Yourself in Action

The following article speaks to the condition of so many women, and the multiple roles we play. We juggle being mothers, lovers, and workers. We carry our friends in our hearts and oftentimes we give of ourselves simply for the sake of giving. 788 more words

Anger Management