Mom Starts #BreatheFire Parenting Movement with Anna Duggar Facebook Post

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By Alex Temblador Jessica Kirkland is not a name you might recognize. She’s a mother of two daughters from Georgia, but more importantly in a Facebook post she wrote about Anna Duggar, she inadvertently started a parenting movement in regards to raising daughters with the rally cry, #BreatheFire. For those who may not know, Josh […]

The Baltimore Riots Are About Rage, Oppression And Dominance.

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By Carol Rood At approximately 8 am on the morning of April 12, a man named Freddie Gray was arrested by two Baltimore Police officers. He was placed into a police van, and although witnesses say he asked for help because he couldn’t breathe, he didn’t receive any medical help.  The police van made 4 […]

LUNAFEST – Short Films By, For, and About Women


LUNAFEST is a traveling film festival of award-winning short films by, for and about women. This season, our program of nine films – filled with stories of reflection, hope and humor – will travel to over 150 cities and screen in front of 25,000 people. Each year, various organizations bring LUNAFESTs to their communities and […]

A Gay Dad’s Open Letter to Rose McGowan on Lessons Learned

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By Rob Watson Rose McGowan’s opinions have been all over social media the past few weeks. She started in an interview with a now infamous diss that gay men are “more misogynistic than hetero men”. She then “apologized”. In the Huffington Post, she writes, “Where does it say that because of a man’s sexual preference, […]

A Bitchy Shrill Dyke’s Celebration of Her-story Month


By Sheana Ochoa Recently, I picked up a book on the subject of biography. I’ve been writing a biography on Stella Adler, the first lady of modern day acting, for over a decade and was reminded how men have by and large been the writer’s of history (history).  As far back as Xenophon writing about […]

A Few Things Have Just Been Hitting Me Over the Head, Gender Wise…


By: Danny Thomas   Even before I had kids I was angry at the world, or more specifically humans. I mean, I have a sense of humor And I can see the light and joy in a lot of things. I can even see the bittersweet beauty in things that are heartbreakingly sad This is […]