Tag Archives: women’s lib

Rocking the Housewife Vibe

Helen Reddy (October 25, 1941 – September 29, 2020) This might seem a strange post to anyone who follows me here on WordPress, but it’ll make some sense when you read on. I watched I Am Woman on Netflix last … Continue reading

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Evita: The Spiritual Leader of Argentina

Eva Perón (May 7, 1919 – July 26, 1952) According to Wikipedia: “Eva’s autobiography, La Razón de mi Vida, contains no dates or references to childhood occurrences, and does not list the location of her birth or her name at … Continue reading

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Charlie’s Angels

There seems to be some synchronicity at work here. On Thursday night, a television program called “This is Farrah Fawcett” was aired, celebrating the 10th anniversary of her fight with cancer. Then last night, the second movie, “Charlie’s Angels: Full … Continue reading

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State of Dis Union 2019

Democratic Women Dressed in White As far as protests go, this one was a quiet revolution. It also brought into stark focus the difference between the two parties. One side is riding on the black coattails of a populist President, … Continue reading

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The Battle of the Sexes

Men versus Women For as long as there have been two sexes, men have assumed their superiority. I’m not sure why they would think that, but I guess it is based on “might means right”. It seems a long time … Continue reading

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