Love that lasts for decades is inspiring.
Haley B. Elkins writes about her mother, who conducted a one-woman underground railroad to help abused women. We should all be as brave and compassionate as Haley’s mother.
…the fact that my mother was not “of” the community was what made her safe, safe for women who barely even knew her.
Susan Jacoby has a very interesting article, “A Woman’s Place?” She recounts some of the famous founders and forgotten original thinkers in the secular movement who were women and considers why women are so outnumbered in contemporary groups.
Ms. Jacoby is the author of several books on history.
Somebody has things backwards! Read “Atheist feminism and the so-called war on men.”
What else is there to say? Interpretive sleeping, junior division.
I’m not sure if you can call this a flash mob, but it’s a very clever bit of publicity. I love the looks of wonder on some people’s faces.