Tag Archives: Woman Empowerment

An Intimate Look At Fertility Awareness: “FAM” Is My New Birth Control

Originally posted on Thirty On Tap (September 27, 2016) After 15 years of being on birth control I’ve decide to ditch the hormones and say hello fertility awareness method or “FAM”. Sayonara hormones! Goodbye progestin. In an era that lauds tech speed and efficiency over all else, the choice to switch off hormonal birth control […]

Battle Of The Apps: How Some Online Dating Companies Are Breaking Gender Stereotypes

Originally posted on Thirty on Tap, March 7, 2016. When online dating first appeared on the scene, people sneered at it in overtly loud tones while simultaneously whispering, as they were curious about whether or not it would provide them with a new avenue to find a life partner. And as more and more millennials […]

Hillary Is My Kind Of Badass – I Think A Girls’ Night Is In Order

There is a view often expressed in the news and throughout social media and social circles that maintains the only reason a progressive, liberal woman, such as myself, would ever vote for Hillary Clinton is because we have a certain genitalia in common. I’ve seen the term “misguided feminist” and heard “voting with your vagina” […]

Why do we laugh, even when it’s not funny?

Last night I went to the opening of the The Metromaniacs at the Old Globe Theater in Balboa Park. It was amazing. A perfect combination of mischief, mistaken identities, misplaced infatuation, and true love triumphs in early Enlightenment Paris; The Metromaniacs is a non-stop verbal rhyming treat for the ears. Set against the backdrop of […]

Rizzo would be thriving in 2015

There are worse things I could do Than go with a boy or two Even though the neighborhood Thinks I’m trashy and no good I suppose it could be true But there are worse things I could do I recently sat down and rewatched Grease on Netflix. It was a quiet evening, a bit stormy […]

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