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The right chemistry: Ladies crushing it

If you reach back in the dusty, cobwebbed shelves of your high school science class, you might remember learning about the Cori cycle or the lactic acid cycle, which describes the process of breaking down glucose.  450 more words

All Of The Things

An Open Letter to Women

Dear Women:

I didn’t choose this fight.

This fight chose me the moment I was born and the doctor announced “It’s a girl!”

Trust me, my life would have been a lot easier, my voice less hoarse, my husband less harassed if the damn ERA had passed the first time and we were done with this shit, but it seems, yet again, we are not. 891 more words

From The Heart

Schlafly Legacy

In the early hours of Wednesday morning, Donald J. Trump stunned political insiders, beltway prognosticators, and global elites when he emerged victorious as President-elect of the United States of America. 345 more words

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Never a Helpmeet Part 8: Why Patriarchy?

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Editorial note: The following is reprinted with permission from Julie McGilliard’s blog, Goth House. It was originally published… 1,955 more words

Patriarchy

Never a Helpmeet Part 5: The New Misogynists

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Editorial note: The following is reprinted with permission from Julie McGilliard’s blog, Goth House. It was originally published… 1,994 more words

Patriarchy

Who Actually Hates Housewives

Listening to the podcast Stuff Mom Never Told You in their coverage of the life of Phyllis Schlafly has got me thinking. Cristen and Caroline have been pointing out Schlafly’s hypocrisy and her denial of it, especially in her takedown of the idea that she was against women having careers. 336 more words

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Our Freedom

How often we fail to see that anything and everything that comes into our lives has the potential to be an important – even the most important – teacher. 561 more words