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FEMINIST FRIDAY

I found this curious and amusing article about women in Ireland.  Enjoy!

Little Women’s Christmas

Ireland’s traditional “girls’ night out” is still observed by a few dedicated girlfriends… 571 more words

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FEMINIST FRIDAY

For thousands of years the holiday season was a time to celebrate women. I am sharing the rich history of our Christmas traditions so that we can appreciate that a women’s power is pervasive that it can still be found within the wreaths and boughs of today’s Christmas. 920 more words

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FEMINIST FRIDAY

On November 10, 1969 a ground breaking show named Sesame Street debut. Since yesterday was the birthday of the woman who dreamed the show and brought the show to reality and in the process changed children’s television forever, I thought we would all like to know a little more about Joan Ganz Cooney. 646 more words

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6 Feminists and Activists you should watch in 2018

I follow an awesome Instagram account called Slaythepatriarchy that recently published an awesome article on Medium. I’m sure you can guess the type of Instagram Slay the Patriarchy is but her bio is just perfection: “Feminist. 531 more words

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This was first published last year but I think you will enjoy reading about the Women of Plymouth again.  One of the things I will be giving thanks for are the many wonderful readers of this feature and the plethora of inspiring women to write about. 989 more words

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In the 1970’s the feminist movement brought recognition to domestic arts and textiles.  This led to the rediscovery of Harriet Powers, whose two surviving quilts currently hang in the Smithsonian and in the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. 256 more words

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Is This Feminist? Dian Hanson's History of Pin-Up Magazines

I stumbled onto Dian Hanson’s History of Pin-Up Magazines in a used bookstore and knew I had to have it. A beautiful, colorful block of three hardback books in a case, promising to not only educate me about a genre of historical erotic literature outside… 390 more words

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