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You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated.  In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.

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Women of the World: the new feminism is pro-life, pro-marriage, and pro-maternity

It is one of the tragic successes of so-called Feminism that it has made impossible any serious debate between men and women about the differences between, and the complementarity of, the sexes. 358 more words


Lost - Poems from an Exhibition

It lasted seven days and it was held at the gallery in Hamilton House, Bristol, UK.

It was my first exhibition and – more importantly – the first exhibition of a fantastic artist, Chiara Giribaldi, who lent her drawings to my poems. 168 more words


Collection of women 2!

A couple of weeks ago I posted six of my first women that I had drawn for a new project I am doing. Here is the link to the original post…And above are the next six!



An update of sorts

I’ve been writing, I swear! Most of it is in the revision process, but I can say that I’m taking a big risk with a new indie poem that I’ve been trying to write now for nearly three years. 160 more words

Women's History Month: Commemorating Struggle

By Juliana Bilowich

Thanks to the University of New Mexico's Peace Studies publication The Lens for publishing this article as the feature in their inaugural issue. 654 more words

Boys can cry too

It’s been ages. So long, in fact, that I’ve had a birthday since I last posted and haven’t even blogged about it. I’m now 44 – and wondering how long I can keep blogging under the name, ‘From Forty With Love’. 2,251 more words