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Why Do We Want to Know What the Author Meant?

This post has had a long history.

First I was trying to write a post on writing disabled characters, and it assumed that Sheldon Cooper from the Big Bang Theory was autistic. 902 more words



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Gifts: assertive and strong, takes no nonsense and is a leader in the church and in her community.

She dresses herself with strength…

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Hippie Spring Bingo Night

We are in spring mode, smell those amazing flowers, and look at the different colors. Enjoy a nice spring time with a game of bingo. Sponsored by: Hippie Islands. 33 more words


[NEWS] All Change!

Yup, our Women in Leadership theme has come to an end–but we’re so excited for our new theme that begins tomorrow!

For the past four weeks, we examined women in leadership, through the lens of family, religion, politics and the general secular world. 313 more words

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Balancing Writing, Criticism and Social Responsibility

I’m still working on the next part of the Stockholm Syndrome series, but I’ve had something of a rough week and that series is too important to me to do half assed. 790 more words


[THE STATS] Girls in school

An education is everything. Doors become more easily opened when a person has an education. It is already a tragedy that so many children in the world are unable to attend school, out of poverty, lack of resources, or governmental neglect. 222 more words


April, Pt. 2: "Close"

Verb or adjective? An ending or a beginning? A goodbye or a hello? Either way, there’s gotta be a song hidden between those lines. Why don’t you hum us a few bars?…