Category Archives: religion

So Much More Than Adam’s Rib

I was watching MISS ADVISED, a “reality” TV show that follows three 20 to 30-something single women who are in search of love (be it in the form of “Mr. Right” or simply “Mr. Right-Now”). Then, just now I read … Continue reading

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The Era of _________ Pride and __________ Power is Getting Old

“Before I am Black, before I am woman, before I am short, before I am African I am human.” -Dionne Faris, HUMAN This song resonates with every fiber of my being. I scream inside my head (and, on occasion literally) … Continue reading

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Why don’t women use their ammo?

There is a war against women raging in Washington, DC; in Middle America; in the Vatican…anywhere men are feeling intimidated by us. We have the power to win this war once and for all, yet we do not use it. … Continue reading

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One nation under God/Allah?

Now, let me first say that I am not fully knowledgeable about Islam, nor have a read the Koran. So, please bear that in mind as you read this if, out of my ignorance I get some things wrong. A … Continue reading

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