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Book Review: Surfing in Stilettos by Carol E. Wyer

Amanda Wilson is all geared up for an exciting "facing 50" gap-year, traveling across Europe. Then she is abandoned in France... Read More »

Book Review: Alpha Chick: Five Steps for Moving from Pain to Power by Mal Duane

is more than just a road-map to happiness, success, and fulfillment - it is a model for any woman who dreams of those things. Read More »

Book Review: My Escape: An Autobiography by Benoite Groult

A fascinating autobiography by one of the founders of modern feminism, Benoite Groult. Read More »

The Neighbor Lady

Here in her driveway, she took ahold of her steering wheel as if driving to an imaginary destination. Read More »

Book Review: The Weight of Memory by Jennifer Paddock

An engaging women's novel about the burden of memory and moving on. Read More »

Book Review: Hollywood and Catholic Women, 2nd Edition by Kathryn Schleich

An in-depth, feminist point of view addresses important questions about the role of women in both the Church and Hollywood. Read More »

Note to Current Crop of Politicians: Beware the SAHM Faction?

Stay at home moms. The current flap in politics? Read More »

Reflecting on the ’60s: Something Gained, Something Lost

Life for women in the '60s: What was gained, what was lost and what is new? Reflections on a quiet Sunday morning. Read More »

Quote Quiz: Women’s Right to Vote or Women’s Reproductive Rights?

It's easy to confuse quotes from the Anti-Suffrage Movement with quotes with today's debates surrounding Female Reproductive Rights. Read More »

When Does Human Life Begin?

Despite abortion rights being discussed so heavily, little is said about the real issue framing the debate. Read More »