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A Picturesque LifeA Picturesque Life

The opinions of a Democrat for Life, Feminist for Life, spiritual woman liv...

 
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Effective Information involving women, relationships, self-esteem body-imag...

 
Driving Fast on Loose GravelDriving Fast on Loose Gravel

Typically, I like: napping in hammocks, sailing, drinking copious amounts o...

 
Jumble MashJumble Mash

Reviews, Rants, Raves and Randomness! A little bit funny, a little bit cyni...

 
Jiu-jitsu SenseiJiu-jitsu Sensei

This blog is a record my training & teaching experiences in the martial...

 
little pink splotcheslittle pink splotches

if you love pink, relationships, women, writing, the philippines, filipinos...

 
Tales from Whiskey-VilleTales from Whiskey-Ville

All about sex, and dating in the modern age. Who are we? We're your ne...

 


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Born in South Africa in 1959, Deborah Levy’s family exiled themselves to London in 1968 as opponents of Apartheid. She started writing poems, plays and novels in the 1980s. Her 2011 novel, Swimming Home, a dark fable about a famous poet holidaying...

Nancy Wake (1912-2011) was born in the New Zealand city of Well­ing­ton, last child of Charles Augustus Wake and Ella Rosieur. The fam­ily moved to Sydney when Nancy was a toddler. Shortly afterwards, her father abandoned the family, so she rebell...

There's an undeniable and oft-proven statistic out there: The more diverse an organization, the better it works. Period. Specifically, more women in leadership means more profitability. In "Women Make Great Leaders: Real World Lessons to Acceler...

Mae West (1893–1980) was born in Brooklyn, the daughter of a professional boxer. She made her first ap­pearance in Vaude­ville at 14, under the name Baby Mae. But although she always wanted to work in show business profess­ion­ally, her parents...

Without new OB-GYNs entering the field, these cities will feel struggle to keep up with demand.Abortion rights supporter and clinic escort Michelle Colon, left, argues with abortion opponent Mary McLaurin, right, outside the Jackson Women’s Health...

Britain and India are not the only nations making claim to the amaz­ing Koh-i-Noor diamond. Half the nations in Central Asia have been, or will be in court over this treasure.Up until 1304 the diamond was held by the Indian Rajas of Malwa. By 1304 t...

Google appears to have emerged mostly triumphant in its fight with the Department of Labor over supplying pay gap data. An administrative law judge has ruled that the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs overstepped its boundaries by asking...