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Women are definitely smarter than men. And I can prove it.

An analysis by FiveThirtyEight and Nate Silver found that there are two dramatically different outcomes in the current presidential race depending on whether only women or men vote.


How Women Are Used And Abused This Election Cycle

This election cycle, women are being tossed around and redirected. I’m embarrassed, embarrassed for my wife, my sons, any daughters I may one day have. 1,201 more words


to be continued

So I have come to an interesting dilemma.

Back in the day (2015) when I started this blog, I started just around this time.

Funnily enough, I came back from my hiatus to prompts that I hadn’t written yet so I wasn’t really thinking about that until today. 419 more words

Project 365

September 23, 1889: Deal Me In, Yamauchi-san

Nintendo, the consumer electronics giant was founded on September 23, 1889. No, it wasn’t the first video gaming company, a hundred years ahead of its time. 417 more words

Wretched Richard's Almanac

"And wife": The history of passports for American women

This post started with what was supposed to be simple question: Who was the first American woman to get a passport? It ended up a loaded one, because passports are nothing more than paper nightmares laced with poisonous cultural politics.   1,217 more words


Free Movie Screening at Manchester Met

You are warmly invited to a free screening of the movie ‘Suffragette’ and Q&A with Dr Helen Pankhurst (great-granddaughter of noted Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst) and Professor Julia Rouse (Manchester Metropolitan University) 184 more words

Other Events

On this day: Women emerge

On this day in 1893, New Zealand becomes the first country in the world to grant national voting rights to women. Almost 30 years later the USA granted women the right to vote in 1920. 26 more words