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Feminist Mansplainer Explains How Sex Negativity is Endangering Girls’ Equality and Diversity

Image by Markus Winkler from Pixabay  The Mansplainer Disclaimer I hate having to put these in my articles and often don’t because if one reads close enough, I never justify or condone child sexual abuse. I ask tough questions. How […]

Feminist Mansplainer Explains How Sex Negativity is Endangering Girls’ Equality and Diversity

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Image by Markus Winkler from Pixabay  The Mansplainer Disclaimer I hate having to put these in my articles and often don’t because if one reads close enough, I never justify or condone child sexual abuse. I ask tough questions. How […]

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Elle Winter: ‘I like songs that empower me’

Rising pop star Elle Winter at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. (Anthony C. Hayes) At 19, most baseball players are just trying to get their foot in the door. Singer,

Sometimes He Comes Down

Sometimes he comes down from the bridge where they hanged him. He comes, still walking with that shuffle, as if his shoes are too big, snapping off twigs, looking through windows at the sleeping folk, the children, the wives, the men with

Given the Space Between Trees

Space, like time, is psychological                                                                                  as well as physical                                                                                              —Georgia O'Keeffe        —Laleh and Ledan Bijani, 29-year-old Iranian twins                                 joined at the head, died

A Poem 4 The People

They say this poetry is for the people so lyrically I try to be the ultimate reality to their causality verbally switching the polarity of these sesame recipes like digesting seeds from

Broken Legacy

Broken Legacy I feel like a tourist whenever people elaborate on their family trees, and when I hear about family reunions, I’m a nomad in a land of clans. I have Blackfoot, Seneca, and Cherokee

Black

Black marks, blacks scars  Lines that are tributes to the stars Reoccuring phrases call for mercy The blank eyes remain thirsty Joined hands are keepers of the doors The remains of the vision are

Ouija Board phenomenon

The Zozo Phenomenon probes the mystery behind a malevolent Ouija spirit named Zozo. (Rebecca Smith) For decades, unsuspecting users of spirit (Ouija) boards have been pestered and attacked by a

Vote Trump: The Old Guard is Dead

By: Alice Connally Fisk  The elitist Establishment cartel. Con-artists straight out of hell. Hot-shot hacks long entrenched and aloof. A vast crooked machine. A smug scheming group. Dirty backroom agendas, unfair and unwise. Wheeling and

Edgar Allan Poe for the dreamers

Was Edgar Allan Poe an alien? Many of his contemporaries seemed to think so, and so do quite a few people in Hollywood, apparently. And, yet, there is some

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