Women Who Don’t Burn

Not that long ago a friend pulled me aside and said, "You know, if you lived a few centuries ago, I think you'd have been burned at the stake." It was meant as a compliment, and I took it as one. Because what he meant was that outspoken women, loud women, women who didn't sit... Continue Reading →

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Let Her Speak: Why Hillary Clinton is More Relevant Than Ever

Regardless of whether you love Hillary Clinton or hate her, the truth is this: Hillary Clinton has been the standard-bearer of women working the US legal and political system for nearly 40 years. And for nearly 40 years, people have been telling her to sit down and shut up. While I was trying to write... Continue Reading →

If You See Something, Say Something

When my kids were small enough for peek-a-boo, they'd sit, a chubby toddler hand across their eyes. "Can you see me?" they'd squeal,¬†peeking through their fingers. To them, the logic was simple: if they couldn't see me, surely I couldn't see them. A year ago, I found myself in a situation with someone waxing lyrical... Continue Reading →

This Vote’s For You

This vote's for you, Susan B. This vote's for every little girl who was told math wasn't for girls and for every young woman who was told girls can't grow up to be doctors or lawyers or engineers, astronauts or Presidents. This vote's for every woman who has ever had to moderate her voice or... Continue Reading →

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D.E. Haggerty

Writer, Blogger, Book Addict

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