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Original Essays | July 24, 2014

Jessica Valenti: IMG Full Frontal Feminism Revisited



It is arguably the worst and best time to be a feminist. In the years since I first wrote Full Frontal Feminism, we've seen a huge cultural shift in... Continue »
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The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog by Nancy Ellis Bell
The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog

melbutler02, May 11, 2014

Nancy Ellis-Bell tells a cute story about owning a macaw, or rather, a macaw owning her! She shares the joys and tribulations of owning a parrot as well as the dynamics of living in a home filled with animals while still trying to maintain an intimate relationship with her husband. This is a quick, fun read that will be enjoyed by any animal lover.
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The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog by Nancy Ellis Bell
The Parrot Who Thought She Was a Dog

melbutler02, May 11, 2014

Nancy Ellis-Bell tells a cute story about owning a macaw, or rather, a macaw owning her! She shares the joys and tribulations of owning a parrot as well as the dynamics of living in a home filled with animals while still trying to maintain an intimate relationship with her husband. This is a quick, fun read that will be enjoyed by any animal lover.
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My Name Is Memory. Ann Brashares by Ann Brashares
My Name Is Memory. Ann Brashares

melbutler02, January 19, 2014

I liked the premise of this book but it was very difficult to get into, slow, and then difficult to finish. The ending left me a bit puzzled but perhaps that is just Brashares' style.
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My Name Is Memory by Ann Brashares
My Name Is Memory

melbutler02, January 19, 2014

I liked the premise of this book but it was very difficult to get into, slow, and then difficult to finish. The ending left me a bit puzzled but perhaps that is just Brashares style.
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Running Like a Girl: Notes on Learning to Run by Alexandra Heminsley
Running Like a Girl: Notes on Learning to Run

melbutler02, January 19, 2014

From bar-hopper to walker to marathoner, Alexandra Heminsley chronicles her journey in "Running Like a Girl." With tips on building stamina (run regularly!), staying encouraged (make a goal and stick to it!) and picking the right sports bra (esthetics do not matter!), as well as motivating quotes at the beginning of each chapter, "Running Like a Girl" has me lacing up my running shoes.
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