Title IX Will Celebrate 50 Years in 2022

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Equity in education and sports has had a huge impact No person in the United States shall, on the basis of sex, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any education … Read More

Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Bikini

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Photo by Carlos Augusto on Unsplash It was an itsy bitsy teeny weeny yellow polka dot bikini That she wore for the first time today — Paul Vance The New York Times announced that Paul Vance, the lyricist for “Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polkadot … Read More

Frida Kahlo’s Iconography

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Impaled, bloodied, and flecked with gold dust Frida Kahlo was impaled by a broken rod, and lay on the ground naked in her blood and flecked with gold. She said she could never paint the accident. The broken handlebar from … Read More

Meadowlarking in the Morning

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A Poem for Shares in our Futures

Our Words Fly Out on Butterfly Wings

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They ride the thermals. Our words fly out on butterfly wings to climb the thermals. The mystery of the internet is anybody can be reading anything at any time. Including your post. Including this post. It takes one reader to … Read More

Frank Lloyd Wright’s Usonian Oregon House

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The middle-class house for ideal families Frank Lloyd Wright built one house in Oregon. The site was stunning: in the Willamette Valley, overlooking the river and with Mt. Hood on the horizon. The Usonian House was developed by Wright in … Read More

Heterodoxy: a Salon to Create Feminists

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Women’s Clubs were the Cauldron for Leadership and Service. Women’s Clubs have been a predecessor place for women to experience leadership, service, grow skills, and camaraderie. Women’s clubs came into their own in the mid-19th century. Early versions were Ladies … Read More

Who is the Narrator Inside Your Head?

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I was surprised to learn that not everyone has a narrator inside their head. The estimates of who has an inner voice, in articles I read, ranged from 20-50%, with no clearly researched answer. I am curious how you think. … Read More

Who are We, When We are Not Ourselves?

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Our body cells are continually replaced. On average, the cells of your body are replaced every 7 to 10 years. But those numbers hide a huge variability in lifespan across the different organs of the body. Neutrophil cells (a type … Read More

Amazon Feminist Collective vs. Amazon.com

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The What-If’s of a long-ago court settlement I moved to Minneapolis in 1991 and occasionally went to the Amazon book store, a feminist collective that sold books to that audience. The Amazon collective was named after the mythical fierce women … Read More

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