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90 Women For 90 Years Fundraiser Invitation

In 2010, Democratic Candidate Vincent Sheheen ran for Governor of South Carolina. Running on a set of liberal and progressive beliefs, Sheheen’s work included advocating for women’s rights within the state of South Carolina and, as such, involved him reaching out for support from the community. 161 more words

May 2015: Suffragist of the Month

Meet TPSM‘s May 2015 Suffragist of the Month:  Anna Julia Cooper

Anna Julia Cooper was a prominent African American scholar and a strong supporter of suffrage through her teaching, writings and speeches. 708 more words


Feminism and Sex: do it or don't?

I feel like my blog posts keep having a recurring theme: controversy. I’m not sure what that says about me, but I’m still sitting here typing so obviously I don’t care. 347 more words


‘What’s the point? They’re all as bad as each other’

‘I can’t vote for Cameron/Milliband/Farage – the man looks like a moron’

‘It doesn’t make any difference’ 619 more words


Civil Rights ... god and nature NOT the government ?

just another rant …my opinion

I don’t know about you but I think of the Declaration of Independence as our social contract … right. Though if you listen to Republicans, it seems they missed that class, ignored it or have gone completely rogue and prefer their own ideology they are currently following.  342 more words

United States

This Month in Delaware…

American women from all over the country organized a well-coordinated series of parades and demonstrations on May 2, 1914 to demand votes for women. These events were held in cities and towns throughout the country, including Wilmington, in the run up to a big march on Washington DC planned for the following Saturday, May 9th. 190 more words


The Cure for Dreaming

The Cure for Dreaming

By Cat Winters

Rating 3.5/5

The Cure for Dreaming by Cat Winters is a beautiful historical fiction novel set in 1900 Portland. 521 more words