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In Search of African Women Who Question Religion

This is a guest post by Leo Igwe. Igwe is a Nigerian human rights advocate and humanist. He is a former Western and Southern African representative of the International Humanist and …

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A Feminist Takeover Remembered

This is a guest post by Reverend Irene Monroe. Monroe is described in O, the Oprah Magazine, as “a phenomenal woman who has succeeded against all odds.” An African-American lesbian feminist public …

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A Religious Utopia Turned Nightmare

This is a guest post by Reverend Irene Monroe. Monroe is described in O, the Oprah Magazine, as “a phenomenal woman who has succeeded against all odds.” An African-American lesbian feminist public …

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Guest Bloggers

Cross Post: Please Don’t Eat Your Placenta

***Editor’s note:  This cross post from Grounded Parents is by Steph. Click through the link at the bottom to read the full post.*** I am guessing you clicked on this …

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Guest Post: Intersex Awareness, October 26th and Beyond

Editor’s Note: Intersex Awareness Day was on Monday, but it’s always a good time to bring up the issues around intersex people. The more awareness we have, the fewer children …

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Guest Post: Creating a Secular Adoption

Editor’s Note: This post is written by Amy Buzalsky, who has written previous guest posts, and it’s about what it’s like going through the secular adoption process. Hopefully it will help …

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Cross Post: Kids + Guns

***Editor’s note:  This cross post from Grounded Parents is by J.G. Hovey. Click through the link at the bottom to read the full post and make comments.  ******   I …

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Guest Post: The Popcorn Movie in Jeopardy?: A Response to Sady Doyle

Editor’s Note: Today’s guest post is by Leah Misemer and talks about the difficulties faced when translating comics, which can be produced cheaply and serially, into movies, which are expensive and …

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