You're browsing category:feminism

abortion / Birth Control / contraception / feminism

A Time to Speak Up – Dr. Leana Wen

This morning Planned Parenthood announced their new president Dr. Leana Wen. They chose a doctor because they want the world to believe that both contraception & abortion are basic healthcare. Abortion is not necessary for survival nor does it treat a disease. It goes against human survival and the flourishment of both mom and baby. […]

abortion / Birth Control / feminism / Fertility / porn

Why do women get addicted to Porn and Masturbation ?

An Interview I recently did with Song on Fire about porn and masturbation for women. We talk about this often from the perspective of men, yet the epidemic has rapidly grown for women. Today women are encouraged by medical professionals to explore their own body from a young age. Lets start a conversation before these habits begin […]

contraception / feminism / reproductive rights

A Pro-Life, Pro-Woman Mindset

Below is an excerpt of my peace featured on Endow Voices answering this important question.   Q: In light of this years Women’s march I’m reflecting and often encounter how to be a strong pro life voice amongst my pro-woman friends? We are all pro-women but their stance seems to be all encompassing of reproductive rights […]

feminism / relationships / women

Three Coins in the Fountain – Movie Review

I recently watched the Golden Age film, Three Coins in the Fountain for the first time on Netflix.  This is a classic movie everyone should watch.  Three Coins in the Fountain will leave you reflecting on relationships, deception, and sacrifices, and not to mention nostalgically musing on time spent in Rome or pining for future […]

abortion / feminism / Prolife

Early

This is a guest post by my dear friend Michelle Pallisco who works with me regularly contributing feedback, idea, and support for my work.   I’m usually a very closed book. I don’t feel comfortable sharing much about my experiences or myself, but after scrolling through Facebook on International Women’s Day I felt the need to […]

abortion / Birth Control / feminism / Uncategorized

Who was the founder of Planned Parenthood?

Who was the Real Margaret Sanger program educates the current culture to the roots of the radical feminist movement.  A movement which promotes the chemical and surgical manipulation of the woman’s body, and even death of a pre-born child, as the necessary means to equality and freedom for women.  In this brief and informative series, […]

Birth Control / Breast Cancer / contraception / feminism / Fertility / The Pill / Uncategorized / women

The Pill Club

Do you belong?   In college, my friends used to jump on and off hormonal contraceptives like The Pill, NuvaRing, Yaz, and others based on the balancing of their monthly budget.  Contraception was considered a luxury whether for the purpose of “safe sex”, lighter or fewer menstrual cycles, less acne, bigger boobs, etc.  Now, it’s […]

abortion / Birth Control / college / contraception / feminism / The Pill / Uncategorized / women

#Draw the Line Elizabeth Banks

The Center for Reproductive Rights is promoting the campaign ‘Draw the Line’ which encourages anyone in favor of reproductive freedom to step out of the sidelines to share their story and create awareness for reproductive rights.   A series of videos are published on the website where actresses such as Elizabeth Banks, Amy Brenneman, Mercedes Mason, […]

feminism / politics / Uncategorized

Carly Fiorina and Feminism

On Wednesday, Carly Fiorina suspended her campaign for president.  Her closing statement regarding leadership and feminism is a must read. Carly focused not  only on winning the nomination but also on service for the sake of others. She stated that, “a leader is a servant whose highest calling is to unlock potential in others.”  Is […]

feminism / gender / girl / Marriage / parenting

Maturing Gender Gap

People often say girls mature more quickly than males. This is a gap that only seems to increase well into the young adult years. Generally speaking, we could likely agree ( perhaps begrudgingly for some) that women tend to learn how to take care of themselves on a basic level more quickly than men. Scientists […]