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Julia Ward Howe Proclamation 1870

I just learned of this proclamation yesterday. What a great idea!—assemble women so that they can chart a course to world peace. What the men have been doing for the last 10,000 years hasn't worked. Let's give women ten millennia and see what they can accomplish. They...

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Who Gave Men the Right to Give Rights?

At some point in history, a man decided that he had the right to grant, or deny, women equal rights. Some other men thought, "Hey! That's a great idea!" Then they started 10,000 years of wars and misogyny. It's time to return to a world where women have an equal say....

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Male vs Female Sexuality

Yesterday, I had an interesting chat with my friend, Kym McBride. She made the comment that women had various levels or gradations of love, whereas men seems to be more simplistic, either in-love or not. I wondered if that were true. I'm sure that there are macho guys...

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Meet Oni Hiaru

I thought some of my readers might like to meet Oni Hiaru, a Carib medicine woman who is a major character in my trilogy, The Jacinta Joseph Caribbean Adventures. Oni is a wise woman. In this excerpt, Oni is talking to my detective Jacinta "JJ" Joseph. As the scene...

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What does the future look like for women?

I wrote a novel called Millennium 3. The genesis of the novel was a question: I wondered what our world would look like if it followed the principles of the Bahá'í Faith, one of which is the equality of women and men. What if The Golden Rule pervaded every decision at...

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Thought-provoking Interviews on Feminism

Emma Watson and Caitlin Moran have produced a series of short videos that discuss the history and current status of women in the world. Great stuff! Emma Watson is a British actress (Harry Potter) who is the UN Women's Ambassador. Caitlin Moran is a British author and...

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Meryl Streep Talks about Feminine Firsts

At the Democratic National Convention, Meryl Streep gave a short, but inspiring, talk on the difficulty of being the first woman to do anything. In her opening remarks, she said, "What does it take to be the first female anything? ... It takes grit and it takes...

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The Superiority of The Feminine

The feminine qualities of compassion and cooperation, in which women excel, are more in tune with the rapid evolution of the planet's consciousness than the aggressive, competitive qualities of men. The world's consciousness has changed a great deal in the last...

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The Quality of Compassion

For 10,000 years, human history has been about men, and their wars. A little about art and religion was thrown in, but not much. In the 19th century, that all changed. The qualities of compassion and cooperation, in which women excel, are more in tune with the rapid...

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The Contributions of Women: past and future

Written history tends to ignore the many contributions of women scientists and inventors. The next time you turn on the heat in your car on a cold winter morning, you can thank a woman, Margaret Wilcox. Your windshield wipers were invented by Mary Anderson. Other...

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I'm excited about what will happen to our planet over the next 1000 years. Women will be behind most of the good things. I'm the father of three wonderful women, the grandfather of one woman, and the great-grandfather of a little girl who will grow up in a world that women will help to shape. I'm delighted to be part of the conversation as the planet evolves into one of compassion and equity.

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