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Benefits of Being a GHC Community Volunteer

This year's Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing is drawing nearer and nearer, and our call for Community Volunteers has gone out! I was a volunteer each year that I attended the conference (2008, 2009, and 2010), and I have to say that it's been well worth the effort it takes to contribute.  This year I'm the co-chair for the communities committee, and I want you to consider joining our team! ...more

Obama: First Ladies Should Get Paid

The President strongly suggests that First Ladies should get paid. Duh.Liberal Politics Feminist News Gender ...more

How hard can it be?

I've got a friend who was involved in a community project to save her local library. They were organising a day to rally people around, boost awareness of the services offered and get people to see why their local library is so super awesome. ...more

All Chicks Are Girls, but All Girls Are Not Chicks.

There are girls and there chicks. There are even babes, divas, ladies and so on, but all chicks are girls and all girls are not chicks....more

Education Rules for Pregnant Moms Widely Ignored

Title IX is widely known for opening up sports opportunities to U.S. female students but application of the 40-year-old law still has a long way to go when it comes to the educational rights of pregnant students. ...more

Romney Spokeswoman: National RomneyCare Plan Would Be the Bomb!

Uh-oh. Conservatives are furious with Romney after his spokeswoman suggested that if only people lived in Massachusetts under RomneyCare, all would be right with the world.Or as Erick Erickson over at RedState calls it:[T]he day the Romney campaign died. See: ...more

Backlash: New York Artists Fight the War on Women

The so-called war on women waged by Republicans has stirred the creativity of over 180 artists, many based in New York City, who are participating in an exhibit hosted by SOHO20 gallery. The exhibit closes Aug. 11. ...more

Encouraging Words for Gabby Douglas

 Last night, we sat down to watch the Olympics just as we had been doing since the opening ceremony.  I have cheered, bitten nails, and teared up at many of the stories of the athletes and the triumphs they have conquered to get to the big dance.  Who knew the Olympics would be THIS emotional?...more

Amazing BlogHer '12

When I joined BlogHer in November of 2011......never did I think I would be attending the highlight of the BlogHer.com 2012 social season, the BIG conference in New York City, BlogHer '12....more
 @motherofnine9 Gee whiz! It was the last post up, I thought that was the one you wanted ...more

“SEVENTY-FIVE!? Yeah, that’s different”

Today’s hit-by-reality moment is brought to you by Will Smith, On France’s TF1 in early May, Smith explained why he supported the idea of paying higher taxes, saying, “I have no issue with paying taxes and whatever needs to be done for my country to grow. I believe very firmly that my ability to sit here — I’m a black man who didn’t go to college, yet I get to travel around the world and sell my movies, and I believe very firmly that America is the only place on Earth that I could exist. So I will pay anything that I need to pay to keep my country growing.” ...more