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What’s Your Opinion?

Learn How to Write an Op-Ed & Make Your Voice Heard Only 15% of bylines on the opinion pages are women. Some of the most valuable intellectual real estate is the page opposite the editorial, the op-ed page. What do you … Continue reading

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Love Your Body. Today and Every Day

This post is part of the 2011 Love Your Body Day Blog Carnival. Follow along on Twitter at #lybd. More than 80% of 4th grade girls have been on a fad diet (Social Issues Research Centre). The body type portrayed … Continue reading

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The ACA and Why Women Need to Vote in 2012

This blog is part of the #HERvotes blog carnival Passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) was an arduous process. A lot of us wished for different outcomes in some regard. It cannot be denied, however, that this reform to … Continue reading

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WODW Recap: Turn Your Passion into Your Profession: Tips for Getting Published

One of the many wonderful things about being in WIN is Women Opening Doors for Women (WODW). It’s a night filled with access to amazing women who are not only shining in their careers, but willing to sit down with … Continue reading

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Recap: Finding Your Online Voice: Political Blogging 101

“Look for things to have an opinion on. They won’t always come to you.” – Amanda Hess” Pay attention to the races nobody else is paying attention to.” – Kay Steiger “You can pack a lot of right wing anger … Continue reading

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Inspiration from Fellow Women Writers

Sure, the extra hour of daylight is nice, but here are a few fem-based sources of inspiration to help you put your fingers to the keypad and start writing – and then sharing your work. Thanks to Kimberly, fellow Writing … Continue reading

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