I frequently turn to online friends and fans with questions. I posed these questions to the Amazing Women Rock FB community:
Dear mothers and daughters: I'm often told I'm a "good" daughter. I know it's meant as a compliment when people say it, but I'm not exactly sure what it means.
How do you define a "good" daughter? What does it mean to be one? What do "good" daughters do that bog standard ordinary daughters don't do and vice versa?
Is there such a thing as a "bad" daughter? What would a bad daughter do that a good daughter wouldn't and vice versa?
July 27, 2014 Susan notes: Over the last 10 days violence has erupted again. It seems a good time to revisit this post.
May 31, 2010 Susan notes: I first posted this blog on January 20, 2009. Today, May 31, 2010, the world erupts once again in violence and hatred sparked by the killing of Pro-Palestinian aid activists by Israeli soldiers. It seemed like a good time to revisit this age-old question once again...
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July 1st is my country’s birthday. Over the past 20 years, I’ve become a citizen of the world. Nevertheless, I love Canada, and I missed it during my 18 years as an expatriate.
(Needless to say I didn't miss using tax software and paying Canadian taxes from which being an expat freed me!)
According to the World Health Organization (WHO) about one third of women worldwide are victims of physical and sexual violence.
It's easy to point the finger at other countries and cultures while ignoring the problems in our own backyards.
It's important that we fight for change in our own countries and cultures because violence against women is everywhere, not just in other places we hear about in the news.
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Maggie McNeill, otherwise known as The Honest Courtesan, writes a daily post on her blog (oh if only I were as disciplined as she!).
McNeill is the mistress of logical argument, advocate for sex worker rights and a colourful commentator on all things carnal.
If it has to do with sex and love, McNeill has likely blogged about it.