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by Katherine L. Record Last week, the Supreme Court attracted lots of attention when it heard arguments about whether a corporation can exclude mandatory preventive benefits from its employee health plan, based on a religious objection to certain types of healthcare. This is a tale as old as time; religion has long been the basis for opposition to reproductive (i.e., women’s) health – including the preventive healthcare now in question, contraception. Yet this argument has nothing to do with government infringement on the practice of religion.

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Our Bodies Our Blog
Welcome back to Rebecca, a fellow abortioneer who’s agreed to spin us a MOTA (mates of the abortioneers) romance for the ages. You can go back here to read about how they first had "the A-word talk." When you're done with that, read on below for Chapter II, which in my head I've unofficially but fondly titled "My Husband Sleeps With One Eye Open The Abortioneers The Abortioneers
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Cool Mom - Funny videos on parenting and pop culture We are back from a spring break trip to Washington DC. It was great except it snowed the first day, the last day and rained the others. Wait, there was ONE day we had clear skies. So much for “Spring”. Viv, sis and I ready for sightseeing. Cool Mom - Funny videos on parenting and pop culture
DivineCaroline: Relationships, Body & Soul, Home, Style, Parenting, and Community for Women

DivineCaroline: Relationships, Body & Soul, Home, Style, Parenting, and Community for Women

3 hours ago If you think the blazer is the workhorse of your office wardrobe, you’d be right. But this power piece can hold its own outside the office as this collection of blogger examples shows us.
The Cherokee Word for Water Wilma Mankiller, the first woman chief of the modern Cherokee Nation, died four years ago, but thanks to a determined effort by her family and friends, her legacy lives on in film. The Cherokee Word for Water is a featurelength narrative based on a major project Mankiller took on for the Cherokee Nation. The film, directed by Mankiller’s husband and longtime community development partner, Charlie Soap, follows a young Mankiller as she works to bring water to the rural Cherokee town of Bell, Okla. Ms. Magazine Online | More Than A Magazine - A Movement Ms. Magazine Online | More Than A Magazine - A Movement
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