Tag: women

That’s What She Said: What You Think You Know Can Hurt You

That’s What She Said: What You Think You Know Can Hurt You

| November 10, 2014 | 4 Comments

So this video has been making the rounds in my Facebook feed. It features an actress named Shoshana Roberts who was filmed walking through the streets of New York over a 10 hour period. The point of the video was to start a conversation, but the staged content, and the racially motivated editing are getting […]

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Help Flowers Bloom

Help Flowers Bloom

| September 24, 2014 | 1 Comments

The She-Shepherd and I have a female friend. We work together, and we both do a job that requires a lot diplomacy and negotiation. Her typical communication style is conciliatory. While this can help her to get different parties to agree on something, it also has a profound effect on how she presents herself to the […]

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Book Review: Women Learning to Shoot by Diane Nicholl and Vicki Farnam

Book Review: Women Learning to Shoot by Diane Nicholl and Vicki Farnam

| July 25, 2014 | 2 Comments

I am usually the only woman in our fight-focused classes, especially the intermediate and advanced levels. Some of my female friends have expressed interest in training, but don’t make the commitment to go to class. We do see more women in the basic classes, but I think there are many aspects about firearms and shooting […]

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