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“Boys will be boys.” Or, will they? Should they? What does that mean anyway? That little phrase can create a lot of controversy. It’s hard to keep up with the conversation around gender these days. But, wow, there’s been a lot of discussion on men and their role in society. A quick survey of recent […]
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In a few days, we will mark the 46th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that legalized abortion. Fortunately, however, in the decades since, those who are pro-life have continued to fight vigorously for the rights of the unborn. There have been significant pro-life achievements in state legislatures and in the hearts […]
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“The sex . . . is hereby changed from female to non-binary.” Recently, a judge in Oregon legally recognized a gender other than male or female. “Binary” means “consisting of, indicating, or involving two.” Non-binary gender, then, is something other than two genders. It appears to be a catch-all term referring to various gender identities, […]
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It’s summertime! There are so many things I love about the summer. Sunshine, warm weather, barbeques, festivals, outdoor seating, runs along the lakefront, walks around the city, longer days, and pool time. Oh and ice cream (mint chocolate chip, please). What I don’t love about the summer, however, is that it goes by way too […]
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“There’s no crying in baseball! There’s no crying in baseball!” Can you name the movie? Spring is my favorite season. I just love those first few days when the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the flowers are starting to bloom. It also means that baseball season is here. I am a (relentless) […]
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Women make up less than 5% of Fortune 500 CEOs and about 19% of Congress members. How do women feel about this? Is it a problem that needs to be solved? So, I took a social dance class in college. It was a semester sampling of various types of dances (waltz, two-step, swing dancing, you […]
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As a single woman, I’ve had the honor of standing in a handful of weddings over the years. And I have caught a bouquet or two at receptions (despite my best efforts to avoid participating). I really do value the privilege of witnessing that special day for friends and family members. There’s lots of discussion […]
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Feminist. That word is emotionally charged, isn’t it? Some women embrace it proudly and boldly. Others may identify with some feminist ideals but distance themselves from the word. Still other women resent any tie to feminism and see it as an affront to womanhood. And I think most men just run far, far away from […]
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