Why Abortion Rights Matter To Maternal Health

In all the talk about the terrible, tragic, politically-motivated murder of George Tiller, and about how such an act sets back choice, how it sets back dialogue, how it sets back our presumptions that women should not be, need not be, afraid to exercise choice, that doctors should not be, need not be, afraid to aid women in the exercise of choice, we've been overlooking this: for many women, in many parts of the world, abortion is only suffered in conditions of tr ...more

I second both of you. Last year, I wrote that when I vote for more

Good W/omen making a difference [Vita's Guests] vitalingus - @ 10:32:am

Good W/omen making a difference [Vita's Guests] vitalingus - @ 10:32:am Part 3 interview with LIZA of Culture Kitchen. W/OMEN'S VOICES USING SOCIAL MEDIA AS A TOOL Women networking, consuming and producing in the 21st century... /p> VITA How have things changed for bloggers since the advent of media owned blogging sites? LIZA The game has changed, especially in the last two years.58% of blogs out there may well be w omen's blogs Yet if 90% of the traffic is only going to just 10% of those blogs.. Given that 10% is not only being funded by big ...more

Vita's professional Boundaries

Monday, Sep 25 2006 Fair play & clear communication [Vita's Rules/ ...more

A Word on Lesbian Hair...

The other day I was filling out yet another FaceBook questionnaire when I ran across the following question: "15. Do you like your hair?" This inspired me to begin a whole blog, because the topic is actually quite broad when asked of a lesbian who is not of the L Word variety.  Heck, for all I know, it’s a broad topic when it is asked of an L Word variety lesbian.  But I’m not one, and I’ve noticed an extreme deficiency among social commentaries from my end of the block when regarding lesbian hair. ...more

...when you wrote it. You make so many very good points!

I have a good friend who is both ...more

I heard a rumor-ooh ooh- I heard a rumor...

I heard a rumor-ooh ooh- I heard a rumor… ...more

Career Coaching Icon's New Book Echoes Our Collective Migration from Craving "Success" to Seeking "Meaning"

I first heard of Laura Berman Fortgang about 12 years ago, when I worked at Time Warner and enjoyed a perk of working for a large media company: Free magazines. Laura was featured in a business article about a new, emerging practice called career coaching. As a business and career writer, this was an area of interest to me, new ways of doing well at work. ...more

This is What Peace Feels Like

Become inspired in three minutes!  See Jane Do has captured the essence of CODEPINK's Mother's Day event and vigil in this short video.  Our team reported on the event and will feature the stories of these everyday extraorindary women who came together to promote peace on June 3rd, at 1:00 P.M on KVMR. Over 8,000 quilt squares were sewn from people worldwide to create a 150 foot quilt that read, "I will not raise my children to kill another mother's child". ...more

The Supreme Court Needs a Mom

Another woman on the Supreme Court of the United States would be good, but I wonder if a woman who is a mother might be even better! No, not one to make the grilled cheese sandwiches and make sure everyone remembers to wear their warm coats. But someone who can view cases through the lenses of judicial experience and the reality of working motherhood. ...more

Sorry I left her name off the "short list." I've definitely been reading about her along with ...more

Scholarships for preschool??

So I want to enroll my son into early preschool next year and he will be two.  I was wondering if anyone knew of preschools in north miami florida or surrounding areas that offer scholarships.  I have just started researching so I was wondering if anyone has any tips on scholarships and or any pointers. ...more
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