Kim Jorgensen Gane

Kim Jorgensen Gane is a freelance writer, living and working on Michigan’s sunset coast with her husband, youngest son, a standard poodle and a gecko. She’s been every-mom, raising two generations of kids over twenty-seven years. Kim writes on a variety of topics including parenting through midlife crisis, health and wellnesspersonal empowerment, politics, and about anything else that interests her, including flash fiction and her novel in progress, Bluebirds. Kim posts as KimGANEPossible  on BlogHer.com, as well as on the Yahoo! Contributor Network and her own site, GANEPossible.com.Kim is a BlogHer '13 Voices of the year Honoree for her featured essay, "The Enlightened Middle Majority: Why 'the Sides' are Alienating Us," which will also make an appearance in the upcoming book, "51%: Women and the Future of Politics." The book is due out in 2014. If you would like to review the book, please submit your query to the editor, Terri Spahr Nelson, at tsnelson@womenandpolitics.us. Kim's blogs can be found at:

http://www.ganepossible.com/gane-wellness-blog.html

http://www.ganepossible.com/gane-insight-blog.html

Her website is GANEPossible.com

#RealMenWait4Yes, Because They Know They Are Worthy of It

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#YesAllWomen: Abortion, Rape and Why Shame Can't Keep Us Silent

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Am I the Only White Person in America Offended by Racism and the Tea Party?

If politics remains a taboo topic in polite conversation, then racism in politics represents the equivalent of suppression, of something whispered behind closed doors in the dim light of one flickering candle.  ...more

Fear Factor is Having a Newborn with Teenagers--From Lost in Suburbia Stories

Six long years.  SIX YEARS I waited for him to join our family due to a struggle with secondary infertility.  When he finally did make his arrival, he joined two teenaged sisters who were sixteen and fourteen.  My daughter was our oldest, my step-daughter became our middle, and the baby we finally managed to make together will definitely remain that; the baby.  Some of our scariest moments, biggest challenges and greatest rewards Lost [and sleepless] in Suburbia, definitely involved having teenagers and an infant in the house at the same time....more

There IS an Enlightened Middle Majority and Maybe I Should Have Googled It

It is midnight, with a looming government shutdown, and we are at an impasse over needed but flawed Healthcare Reform....more

Back-to-School with the Judy Blume Project: Jim Denney's 'Martian Girl' Part 2

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Back-to-School with the Judy Blume Project: Jim Denney's 'Martian Girl' Part 1

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