Pro-Choice! Pro-Life! Um, how about Pro-Voice?

Aspen Baker and Pro-Voice Abortion

Personally have never understood the over-politicization of the abortion topic, especially because it’s inherently ironic that decisions about women’s bodies can be dictated in a political arena, which is predominantly old white men with money.  Now there’s this: Pro-voice means listening to all… Continue Reading

West Virginia ain’t a great place to be a woman, it seems

Status of Women By State V2

From here, which is in turn from here:  Then there’s this: This confirms basically every stereotype about the white, elitist Northeast as compared to the back-water, hick-ish South and Southeast. West Virginia, Arkansas, and Mississippi seem particularly egregious in this… Continue Reading

Dichotomy: Women have tons of decision-making power at the family level, almost none at the business level

Glass Ceiling Makes No Sense

Here’s The New York Times being “goofy” and comparing the number of companies run by guys named John (just the name John) to the number of companies run by women at all. It’s maybe a little bit awkward at parts, but… Continue Reading

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Wendy Davis is pro-life, pro-choice, an international figure, and trailing by double digits for Texas Governor

Above is the filibuster that made her famous. Thing is, as some would argue, Wendy Davis won the battle, and Rick Perry won the war. Now, months later, she’s writing a memoir and running for Governor of Texas in 2014 (more on… Continue Reading