I Have Cancer

It's a frightening thing to say; to admit. And on Valentine's Day 2019, I learned at my local ER that I have cancer. Chronic myeloid leukemia, to be precise. The same cancer that killed my husband's grandmother; a version of the cancer that plagues my grandmother now; a cancer that allegedly isn't hereditary; a cancer … Continue reading I Have Cancer

Mansplaining is the Biggest Threat to Women’s Healthcare

“You think you have mastered it, but just as you get well underway in following, it turns a back –somersault and there you are. It slaps you in the face, knocks you down, and tramples upon you. It is like a bad dream.” A Young Charlotte Perkins Gilman Just as it was in 1892, when … Continue reading Mansplaining is the Biggest Threat to Women’s Healthcare

Pro-Life Arguments about Late Term Abortion Miss the Mark

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfdRmnT0Weo In the wake of the last United States Presidential debate on Wednesday, the subject of abortion and a woman's right to choose was one emotional issue. The popular topic hasn't lost any followers or comments this week, as bloggers, journalists, and political pundits have taken the perennial debate online. "Late term abortion" is an … Continue reading Pro-Life Arguments about Late Term Abortion Miss the Mark