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Wednesday, March 08, 2017



Awesome. And just Beautiful.


You made me teary, again. This was just beautiful.


Good post- as usual. I think the reason that I am a feminist (to keep it very short) is because I am comfortable with who I am and where I am.


Great post. I'm a feminist because of the women in my life who have shown the way. Especially because of the women who revealed the 'unfortunate experiment' that took place at our National Women's Hospital through my childhood and adolescence. The bravery and intransigence of Sandra Coney and Phillida Bunkle forced an enquiry that made something better come out of it. They were the first women I heard call themselves 'feminist' and I wanted to be like them.

Lori Vaterlaus

Great article! I'm a feminist because that's who God made me to be!

Feisty Harriet




Wonderful writing Amy. Please don't stop blogging as your writing is wonderful. I'm a feminist as equality is still not here and my daughters and son need to see someone standing up and speaking out for something they believe in and that hopefully life will come closer to being equal for each of them.

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