November 5, 2013
I recently noticed that a day rarely goes by where I do not mention The Patriarchy. I find ways to bring it up in every day conversation, my comments on the movie I saw last weekend, my response to news headlines. 66 more words
April 14, 2008
Throughout the centuries, different countries and cultures have celebrated their special occasions through a myriad of ceremonies. Many of these ceremonies have been carried on by future generations and are still practiced traditionally. 271 more words
It is with no small amount of apprehension that I begin to type this post. It might just be the loftiest of my explorations so far (I make no apologies), in that I’m attempting to draw together many seemingly disparate ideas; the like of which have been expressed before with much greater depth and eloquence than I am capable of. 3,242 more words
Remembering Joan of Arc’s second trial, July 7th, 1456:
“The process to right the wrongs done to Joan was begun on November 7, 1455. , Isabelle Romée, who was now somewhere between sixty and seventy years old, her two sons and a group of friends from Orleans, came to the Cathedral of Notre-Dame. 710 more words
Sharing an email from Anonymous.
Subject: Link regarding a wife’s sexual past
I am a reader of your website.
I had run across a link that I thought you and your readers would find interesting (maybe). 748 more words