How I met Tom Selleck

How I met Tom Selleck... Over the last 20 years, I have had some pretty interesting jobs! I have certainly been blessed with some great ones and not so great ones and have met some pretty awesome people along the way. One of my jobs for instance was a limo driver. Yes that's right, I used to drive a limo! Man was that ever fun job. I got to wear the suit and the hat!...more

How honest are we on social media?

I am blessed with a few very good friends.  I also have lots of friends I interact with every day thanks to Social Media.  Of course, just like everyone else, I interact with some more than others....more

More "If Asians Said Stuff White People Say"

Because this "If Asians Said the Things White People Say" video is the story of my life, and I can't let it pass without comment because it's so awesome.  And I need to add some other things Asians could say to white people. This video was produced by BuzzFeed and has gone viral. Before we begin: ...more
hahahaha...this is great!more

Entertaining Empathy for Change

This post originally appeared on my blog, http://nopithyphrase.blogspot.com/2014/06/entertaining-empathy-for-change.html. Please feel free to pass along.I have a funny post pending for tomorrow. Today is something else I need to discuss. Today I am not funny. I read a lot of online news and such (it's slow at work right now), and the past few days I've been pretty disgusted.  ...more

A Spoonfull of Sugar Helps Reality Go Down

Did y’all know the Annenberg Public Policy Center found that people who watched Steven Colbert’s show, The Colbert Report, learned more campaign financing than people who watched “real” news?...more

My Son Went to War

My son went to war... and the weapon he carried was a camera....more

“Let’s empower our language too!”

Nuria Felipe Soria is a communications specialist for UN Women. She was a member of the Spanish delegation at the Beijing Conference, carrying out functions involving communications and liaison with civil society organizations. ...more

20 Years Later: How the Beijing World Conference on Women Changed My Life

Yiping Cai attended the NGO Forum of the 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women in Beijing as a young journalist and youth participant. Today at the age of 43, she lives in Beijing, China, and is an Executive Committee member of the international feminist network DAWN (Development Alternatives with Women for a New Era) as well as a member of UN Women's Asia-Pacific Regional Civil Society Advisory Group. ...more

“Before Beijing, no one really talked about the differences between being a girl and being a woman”

Christina is a 17-year-old girl living in New York City who is about to graduate from high school. She has been a Girl Advocate for The Working Group on Girls NGO for the past three years and works on the Girls Participation Task Force and Steering Committee. ...more

I Am No One's Vending Machine: The Issue With Misogyny and Sex As 'Payment'

I wanted to share this amazing post about the Isla Vista shootings and the killer's manifesto because it's so well written, but one statement really stood out for me: ...more
Yeah it is pathetic for a man to think he's entitled to anything from women just because he did ...more