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Do you ever think about parking your car closer to the office (or the store) so that you don’t have to walk too far by yourself? 68 more words
Growing up in the fifties the stigma attached to unmarried mothers was extreme. So extreme there virtually weren’t any. Women protected themselves from the life long-stigma, which ruined their chances of a decent marriage or job by resorting to back street abortions or having the baby secretly and surrendering it for adoption. 971 more words
My darling beau and I recently moved to a quiet neighborhood that’s conveniently close to cute boutiques, Chipotle (!!!) and- my favorite of all- a great walking trail that runs along a tiny river decorated with fish and other tiny critters. 800 more words
In a first of its kind women-friendly initiative, a mobile phone safety app was launched in Odisha, India to help women in distress. The app, ‘Mo Saathi’ (which translates to ‘My friend’), is designed to be an extra security measure for employed women, who commonly travel alone at night. 136 more words
In these modern times with widespread technological use, mindless activities are rampant.
From watches that sync with smart phones and tablets that seem to do almost everything imaginable, 769 more words