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Sandra an I Must Save Ourselves

My beautiful bride, Sandra, and I, had a conversation last night. We love our country. On November 9, 2016 our lives were changed. We didn’t want this to happen, but because we are normal Americans who care not only about ourselves and our families, but also about all of our nation’s people, we have experienced things we did not want to for nearly one and one-half years. 343 more words

The Female Athlete Spectacle

No thanks to Southwest Virginia’s tedious film distribution, I finally saw I, Tonya last month. I believe my exact words used to describe it post-viewing were “show-stopping”.  1,012 more words

Culture & Social

Beer for Girls

It was pink. Pink. All they’d done was change the label colour to pink and suddenly this was for gender pay equality. A blue label was now going to – for a limited time – be pink. 484 more words

When I was in high school, I had a very aggravating world history teacher.

He used to do this very annoying thing: whenever a female asked him a question, he would usually say something like this*: 557 more words

High School

Registering to attend the Women In Hollywood Symposium

The Women In Hollywood symposium on May 28th is FREE to attend but booking your place in advance is essential, even if you are presenting at the event. 57 more words


Of Masks and Men

If you can read this writing, then you can probably see the image, and I needn’t tell you what is represented in it.

But I’m going to tell you anyway. 635 more words


Rude Feminist

I’m getting the message loud and clear from men in my life that I am in fact being a rude feminist these days. Gasp! They say this to me with very serious, pointed faces–like they expect me to do something about it. 1,249 more words