The Everyday Activist

In a musty, dusty corner of my brain, there resides a card catalog full of bold names and deeds. Those names and deeds are cross-reference with my own subjectivity and experiences. When I need to, I do a mental flip through until I get what I'm looking for. When I hear a word like activist,... Continue Reading →

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Best of Men and Best of Husbands

Occasionally people ask me if I hate men. Playing a feminist version of the old "Bloody Mary" game of slumber parties past, I've stood with eyes squeezed shut and asked a mirror the same question. "Do I hate men?" "Do I hate men?" "Do I hate men?" When I've opened my eyes, the answer is... Continue Reading →

See You Next Tuesday

With any┬áluck my last political post will come sometime on Wednesday and will be about sweeping glass shards from the floor. My moods during the last six months have see-sawed, as has my conviction that in January The United States of America will inaugurate its first female President. I've gone through heartbreak, confusion, anger, rage,... Continue Reading →

An Open Letter to Mothers of Girls

Dear Moms of Girls, I always figured I would have daughters. I won't go so far as to say I envisioned myself holding bundles of pink and sparkle, but in the back of my head I looked forward to raising kick-ass girls who would rock and roll; girls who would build on the momentum of... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

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