Category Archives: Pro choice

You know the stirring line, “I am Spartacus!”? Well, we women could be Lysistrata

All my news media are, of course, flooded with election news and predictions. According to them, the top issue for voters is inflation, i.e., something to do with money. Now, when was that SCOTUS decision involving, what was it? Women’s … Continue reading

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What to do on a brilliantly sunny Saturday in NYC? How about voting?

The sky is a flawless blue ceiling but even if it were blazing red, I’d be voting today, New York’s first early voting day. The voting joint wasn’t jumpin’, but it was moving. People flowed in and out. Every election … Continue reading

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Madness abounds. I’ve stopped asking “why”

Ever since 2016, I’ve been defaulting to the question, “Why?” whenever I hear inexplicable irrationality. When a cousin announced she’d voted for Trump, my immediate response was, “Why?” Since no one person gave me anything like a reasonable answer, I … Continue reading

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