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Attitude Reflects Leadership- Moving Forward

Attitude Reflects Leadership   The election is over, the results are in and the people have spoken. President Obama won the electoral vote by a distinct margin as well as the popular vote- although, admittedly by a lesser margin. The people also made their voices heard in several key Senate races, rejecting the misogynistic, xenophobic attitudes of the Todd Akins and Joe Walsh’s of the ...


Soldiers Needed for the War on Rape

  The problem of rape still plagues the United States. Why? Because rape mainly affects women: 9 out of 10 reported rape victims in the United States are female.[1] Under the leadership of a predominantly male government, rape receives little attention (the House is comprised of 362 men and 76 women; the Senate 17 women and 83 men).[2] As an example of the general disinterest our governm...


Hold Politicians Responsible for Their Rhetoric

    I’ve always been judgmental about how people handle national tragedies.  I’ve taken people off of my Facebook friends list for joking at all about the Aurora shooting, the Indiana State Fair tragedy where people were killed by the collapsing stage, and anything involving the war.  I don’t think it is right to take advantage of the deaths of many for your own personal ga...


Have You Had Enough Yet Vaginas?

On February 16, 2012 thousands of women across this country were faced with an image that became the straw to break the camel’s back.  The House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform hearing on the contraceptive coverage rule called an all-male panel with no women representatives, prompting some women members of Congress to walk out of the hearing in protest. This was just another slap i...


Big Government Threatens Michigan Families

  Angi Becker Stevens’ piece in RH Reality Check on Jenni Lane’s story in brought me to tears. The legislation passed out of committee in Michigan last Thursday is the most extremist anti-women yet in this country. These lawmakers have no capacity for understanding what their actions do to millions of women across this country. It’s all a political game to them. Why else would ...


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