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First Principles: Civilization Teaches Us To Respect The Right For Women To Enjoy Their Natural Equality To Men

“It is civilization alone which replaces women in the enjoyment of their natural equality. That first teaches us to subdue the selfish passions, and to respect those rights in others which we value in ourselves.” – Thomas Jefferson, Notes on the … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Equality Act Threatens To Erase Protections That Benefit Women and Society By Removing the Protected Category of Sex

“Clearly this is a historic and momentous occasion when women on the left and right have put aside differences to come together on behalf of all women. … The Equality Act threatens to erase protections for women — protections that … Continue reading

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The Truth of Loving Consequences

Men are from Mars.  Women are from Venus.  So goes the title and theory of an now old book that attempted to explain our differences in communication.  But, wake up guys.  This is the 21st Century and the women have … Continue reading

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Queen of Soul

I would like to propose that we declare the day on which Aretha Franklin passed, International Respect For Woman Day.  Anyone else agree? Queen of Soul by Michael Romani The time has come to be called home The lady has … Continue reading

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Redemption Of A Clown

Some things just aren’t funny.  Like someone who abuses their power and position to coerce others into things otherwise unimaginable to them.  Less funny still is when that same comedian thinks he can excuse away his or her lewd and … Continue reading

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Thought For the Day: The Truest Beauty of A Woman Shines From the Inside Out

“Taught from infancy that beauty is woman’s sceptre, the mind shapes itself to the body, and roaming round its gilt cage, only seeks to adorn its prison.” – Mary Wollstonecraft, reformer and writer (27 Apr 1759-1797)    

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Time Spent With the Harvard Classics: The Autobiography of John S. Mill, Chapter Six

We have touched on this work previously and that post should be consulted with for a better understanding of the post below.  I would like, however, to take this moment to state how troubling this is for me.  You see, … Continue reading

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