“The Meddler” Film – Woman Written/Directed: Mother & Daughter Drama-Comedy #themeddler #motherdaughter

Woman Written and Directed! An aging widow from New York City follows her daughter to Los Angeles in hopes of starting a new life after her husband passes away. “The Meddler” stars Susan Sarandon as a recently widowed woman who satisfies her need to be needed by moving from east coast to west to insert […]

Same old story with new media, girls hide feelings #girlsanxiety #girlssocial media

Why Do Girls Tend to Have More Anxiety Than Boys? The old problems of girls hiding their fears and problems seems new with social media, but it isn’t. The laid-back, underachieving boy; the hyperachieving, anxious girl. Over the three decades since I graduated from medical school, and especially over the past 10 years, this pattern […]

Bloody Good Feminism for Earth Day #menstruation #earthday

Save over $10,000 over a lifetime in the USA! Eliminate 250 to 300 pounds of feminine-hygiene product-related waste during your lifetime. Bloody Good Feminism for Earth Day Reusable menstrual pads are making a comeback, and this time they’ve got feminism on their side. Yes, we said reusable. Here’s why we believe that this trend may […]

Harriet Tubman’s story: Road to the Treasury’s $20 Bill #harriettubman

(Find more here) Reverently called “Moses” by the hundreds of slaves she helped to freedom and the thousands of others she inspired, Harriet Tubman became the most famous leader of the Underground Railroad to aid slaves escaping to free states or Canada.     Born into slavery in Bucktown, Maryland, Tubman escaped her own chains in […]