Tag Archives: women’s rights

What Everyone Can Learn From Lent

“That’s that Catholic thing.”  “You’re Catholic, right?  What did you give up for Lent?”  “You know, you’ve got something on your forehead.” For many people, Lent is that thing that Catholics (those weird people) do before Easter. It has something … Continue reading

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It’s the principle of the thing

Please enjoy this latest update on how female legislators are fighting back: The debate these days isn’t about pro-life or pro-choice.  It’s about a man’s ability to tell a woman what to do. Yes, abortion and contraception are moral and … Continue reading

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The Great Contraception Debate

I am sick of hearing politicians talk about sex.  I am tired of hearing about their scandals, and I am tired of hearing these men talk about what women can and cannot do with their bodies.  Does anyone remember that … Continue reading

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Women and Power

This wasn’t the introductory post I originally had planned for this blog, but recent events and discussions have really spoken to me.  I will write a proper “introduction” post later.  But for now…I’m Anne with an ‘e,’ just like Anne of … Continue reading

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