Category Archives: Feminism

Celebrating Gloria Steinem!

If you have not found the HBO documentary “Gloria: In Her Own Words” check it out (or put it in your queue for the DVD when it is ready)!  I highly recommend it for a number of reasons!  One is that … Continue reading

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Gender still matters

Two articles surfed recently that brought me back to thinking about the messy issue of gender, and ways in which things are changing, and not changing, in the world around us.  The first was a NYT interview with Audrey MacLean, who … Continue reading

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The “pink princess” culture

When I heard about Peggy Orenstein’s new book “Cinderella Ate My Daughter” I immediately downloaded it to my iPad!  We had just taken my granddaughters Sophie (age 6) and Elodie (age 5) on a whirlwind trip to DisneyWorld and the … Continue reading

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