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I was not aware of SlutWalks until I listened to Marty Moss-Coane of Radio Times on WHYY Radio interview two women about the SlutWalk scheduled for Philadelphia that occurred on August 6th.  SlutWalks started in April in Toronto when women reacted to advice given by a police officer that “Women should avoid dressing like sluts in order...
Hope is the Answer
Hope is a fickle thing.  Some extoll it as a saving grace in trying times while others decry it as a cruel deception.  Often described as fleeting and other times as enduring, it always appears to signify an affectively powerful experience.  It can inspire courage, motivation, and sustain a sense of faith, meaning, and purpose....
Questions about work are ubiquitous in Western culture because in many ways we equate “work” with “self.”  We don’t ask children “who do you want to be when you grow up?” we ask them “what do you want to do when you grow up?”  Similarly, when we first meet someone we are more likely...
Our big, white Samoyed, Kenai, is as gentle as a lamb.  Children hang on her neck and pull on her tail, and she just smiles and playfully licks them.  But, let an unwelcome animal in her fenced yard and she becomes a fierce protector.  Possums, raccoons and rabbits have learned to stay away from her enclosed space. Nevertheless, one...
For many, it’s a shame filled secret—for society, an emotionally deadly epidemic. It’s happening at record numbers—and its effects are nothing short of catastrophic. Affecting millions each year, intimate partner violence, commonly referred to as domestic violence, is the invisible wound of so many—and the toxic...

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