Category: women

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On Nuns and Magazine Writing

A couple of years ago, I began to frequent the home of some cloistered Dominican nuns. This led me on an unexpected prayer journey, which somehow came to include some handmade rosary beads and long...

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Parlez-Vous Girl?

By Heather Though I am far from multi-lingual (I once knew some French and can shop in Mandarin, Spanish & Hebrew), I have realized that within one’s native tongue there are a myriad of...

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Under or Over?

by Kelly Ann Under or Over? bras are not built to go over clothing the underwire should lie flat against the sternum supporting not sliding over the breasts with a bulge of sweaty fabric...

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The Sarah Palin Symbol

This is a Sarah Palin post… Are you still reading? Lest anyone be confused, this is not a post where I glorify the former vice-presidential candidate. I, like most feminists, can’t stand Sarah Palin....

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Our Changing Bodies

I’ve been thinking a lot about my body lately. And not just the usual must-do-more _______ (fill in the blank with any of the following: sit-ups, core training, aerobic exercise, weights), or hair maintenance...

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Rocky Mountain High

Friday afternoon we put the kids in the car, popped UP into the portable dvd player and embarked on the two hour journey to Snow Mountain Ranch, the location for the annual Denver Area...

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conditioned to love the Monster God

Here is a half-baked thought that has been marinating in the back of my head for a while: Sermons and lessons in the LDS church (and other churches too) utilize stories that condition us...

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There’s Something About Martha

About twice a year, I indulge in a little secret and guilty pleasure. I buy a Martha Stewart Living magazine. That means twice a year I actually have the desire to own an ice...