As I’ve said before, I grew up going to church every Sunday morning and often spent my weeknights at Bible studies and choir rehearsals. The likelihood of me attending church today is pretty slim though the mood to visit will strike me every so often. Sometimes I do go specifically to enjoy praise and worship. … Continue reading Women’s History Month: What is slut-shaming?
As I was wondering what to write today, I thought of the history of the word “hysterical.” I found this little gem of a read which annoyed me as much as it amused me. Seriously?!? Roving uterus theory?!? Okay. Then I saw this article about the increasingly disappearing availability of maternal healthcare in rural Georgia. … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Who were Elizabeth Blackwell and Rebecca Lee Crumpler?
I like to think that as I’ve grown and had more life experience I’ve also gotten smarter. Perhaps that’s debatable. I do know I’ve changed my mind on many issues, and I do sincerely believe those changes have been positive. Growing up in the church, I was taught that homosexuality was an abomination and all … Continue reading Women’s History Month: Why is there a rift between the feminist and trans movements?