I like to write about being a woman. It is helpful to vent about the gender stereotypes that I see limiting all humans. I like to write about justice and how it is our job to usher peace and equality into the here and now. I like to write about my theology students and how in all honesty, they are teaching me. I like writing about becoming married, the process my spouse and I daily engage in as we name our heterosexual privilege and actively reject society's status quo of gender roles and passionless partnerships. And I do believe that others like to think and talk about these things, too. Thus, the title. I am just a woman, adding my musings, my thoughts, to the conversation.