Click! One Raging Ringing of the Bells

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I grew up in a conservative, working-class Catholic home where I had never even heard of feminism. Whilst I had numerous “click” moments, I had no idea what to make of them, nor what to do about them. So I became angry without an outlet. Here are some examples of my cacophony of “clicks” that […]

Huffington Post Censors Mothers’ Rights Activists

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This week, Arianna Huffington announced the Huffington Post’s latest section: HuffPost Divorce. Her plug: “Breaking up is hard to do… but reading about it isn’t.” Upon Monday’s launch, however, there appeared a column that women’s rights advocates took very hard: a piece by Dr. Richard Warshak promoting the discredited “Parental Alienation Syndrome,” or PAS. Parental […]

Stay-At-Home-Dads On The Rise? Not So Fast…

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Stay-at-home dads are all the rage in the media since this rotten economy has forced many unemployed men back in the ranks of the homestead. Judging from the plethora of Father’s Day articles celebrating stay-at-home-dads, you would think that dads across the United States are turning into Mr. Mom at an unprecedented rate. From a […]

Abused Women in Maryland Aren’t Lying

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This spring, the Maryland legislature killed a bill that would have brought Maryland’s restraining order policies into line with every other state in the union. Remarkably, in Maryland, a stalking victim seeking help is required to prove her case with “clear and convincing” evidence, a higher standard than “preponderance of the evidence,” which is the […]

Maryland Slaps Domestic Victims in Face

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A bill that would have made it easier for domestic violence victims to obtain protective orders against their abusers has failed in the Maryland House Judiciary Committee. According to The Washington Post , “H.B. 700 would have brought Maryland into conformance with the practices of every other state in the country.” The bill would have […]

Get Over The G-Spot

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In my new article about the G-spot at Alternet, I dare to question whether the whole thing’s been a tad over-hyped. There has been so much focus on whether or not the G-spot exists that no one has asked whether it’s really all that important. Does all the G-spot hype resurrect the vaginal vs. clitoral […]