à la Modest is Rachel Dahl's platform for expressing her ideas on style that reflects a woman who is confident of her own beauty and worth without the need to put out because of public pressure....more
I like to imagine myself as this layered person, like an onion, even if the layers are maddening. I enjoy peeling away parts of my ever-changing life plan that are less desirable (or aren't working) to expose parts that are shiny, fresh and new with promise. Sometimes the part I peel away unveils further craziness underneath. But I keep peeling, knowing I'll get to the good stuff eventually. Want to watch?...more
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I started the blog A Modern Military Mother to help explain life from the other side of the British military. There are so many mis-conceptions about military life that I felt it was time to put the record straight. My husband over the next 2.5 years will be deploying on several occasions to Afghanistan. This is the story of that journey and also to some extent the marriage that has gone before.
I am a non-traditional person who has fallen into a very traditional life. I rushed through college and graduated with honors and a double major in four years flat. I then proceeded straight to law school as most people with a political science degree do at some point. I was married at the age of 26 and a homeowner at the age of 27 (unless you count the fact that the bank is the true owner). We have two cats, a dog, a yard, a garage, two cars and plenty of bobble heads. I’ve always been faced with a multitude of choices, but have ended up on the most predictabl
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Lingerie is the fashion of passion, exploring it leads to issues of sex, gender, romance, media & body issues.
Lingerie fashion news, deals, crafty DIY, photos, erotic stories, girly stuff and a rant or two on the industry.
Hello! My name is Mariah and this little blog is basically to chart my adventures in trying to get pregnant and all that happens along the way. I live in NYC with my wonderful husband Ian. We started trying in June of 2009, and in November 2009 I was diagnosed with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome. It’s not the end of the world, but it does make things a little more difficult. My husband is amazing, my friends are super supportive, and hopefully this blog will give me a nice outlet to track all of my experiences along the way. I hope you enjoy it!...more
The main purpose of this blog is to get you to think. Not many people are aware of the subtleties of sexism, homophobia, gender discrimination, and the like. I guess "subtleties" isn't exactly the fitting term here, because the effects are monumental. What I am talking about here are the discrete or unnoticed disasters that happen in our society: how we are affected by representations of sex, beauty, orientation, gender roles, and everything in between. I want this blog to reveal these subtleties in hopes of raising awareness about these issues....more