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Lessons from the UU

I’ve been going to a Unitarian church for a few months now. When I decided I was going to homeschool Buddy I wanted him in a place where he would be around other children that was tolerant (of his special needs, of having an atheist mother, and of my children being multi-racial) and non-dogmatic. 1,048 more words


My old friend, Pain.

I’ve had a few weeks away from writing and away from doing anything even vaguely productive really, I’ve been getting up close and personal with a lot of my ‘to read’ stack and Sims 4. 933 more words


Remarkably Normal | Sharing the Stories of Women Who Have Abortions

When you make solo plans to go see a play about abortion experiences, it’s difficult to know what to expect. Abortion can be a delicate topic, even in my circles. 704 more words

Current Events

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“Stacy, you look like you could suck dick…but your pussy is garbage,” Fernando Thompson blurted out in our school lunchroom. I was sitting at one table; he was sitting at another table in front of me. 1,972 more words


In Development: Global Registry of Women Exposed to the Zika Virus

In development: a global registry of women exposed to the Zika virus. “Swiss doctors have asked thousands of colleagues worldwide to provide data for the first global registry of women exposed to Zika, the team’s lead researcher said Tuesday. 33 more words

New Resources


Dysmenorrhea is the medical term for the painful that may occur immediately before or during the menstrual period that associated with suddenly involuntary contraction of muscles of uterus, abdomen or back. 727 more words


13 Days left in my 28 Day Cycle

28 Days

28 Days in a menstrual cycle

28 Days in this Kickstarter campaign

13 Days left in this campaign

August 28 is when we find out if we conceived so we can give birth to this project… 407 more words