Monthly Archives: March 2013

Is Consent Part of What We Teach Children?

We’ll get a verdict in the Steubenville rape case on St. Patrick’s Day, in just two hours. The defense attorneys have provided their clients’ a robust defense, which is their constitutional right. That defense has been downright disgusting. The attorney … Continue reading

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The Outright Hypocrisy Boggles the Mind

The Attorney General of Texas announced a settlement with a tanning company over their false and misleading claims about tanning and cancer. The company had claimed tanning was good for you because increased vitamin D levels decrease your risk of … Continue reading

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Lean In, Then Lean On, & Mind the Riptide

Allow me to become one of the many discussing a book I’ve not read and a movement I’ve not participated in—Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In. In short, good for her, and I hope tons of women participate. We’re all at different … Continue reading

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