When I am not busy empowering future generations of reproductive justice advocates, I leverage my status as a DC native (and expert Googler) to recommend products, restaurants, recipes, and shops (in addition to other things I find mildly diverting) in my blog, Wild and Crazy Pearl. I spend too much money on Itunes and at my favorite local juice shop, the Juice Joint. My favorite possession is the cobalt blue Kitchen Aid mixer I used part of my Bat Mitzvah money to buy (it is still going strong).
Written by a born and bred Southern girl with an incredibly restless soul. This is a compilation of my thoughts and the thoughts of those wiser than I; on life, love, travel and everything in between. Life is far too chaotic at times, this is simply my way of slowing things down a bit....more
I was raised in a traditional family with a working father and stay-at-home mother. No matter what the evening had in store, a home-cooked meal enjoyed together around the table was always a priority. This is much more difficult to do when you are both mother and father to your children. In the United States, nearly 19 million single parents know just how hard it is to work all day, manage a household, and raise children without a partner.&n...more
The blog of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom, US Section (WILPF US). WILPF began in 1915. The US Section has two national campaigns: Save the Water and Women Challenge US Policy: Building Peace on Justice in the Middle East (WCUSP). This is our attempt to bridge the gap between the oldest women's peace organization in the world and cyberspace.
Kathi redefines the executive wife and blows the traditional role out the water with her wingspouse concept! A wingspouse is a partner and right-hand man to her executive mate. She is his secret weapon. Taking notes, June Clever?
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is a blog about parenting a witchlet; being a priestess in the greater pagan community; navigating the world as queer, a religious minority, and someone passionate about social justice; and educating myself and others (including my own son) about this Path....more
Witnessing Life is a multimedia blog focusing on news and events constantly ignored by mainstream media.
In any society, the media plays a major role in determining how we
stereotype one another. Media stereotypes are inevitable, especially in
the advertising, entertainment and news industries, which need as wide
an audience as possible to quickly understand information.