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  • Last reply by Amy Jo Sprague
    Back in August, Paula Kamen posted a discussion on writing about "Invisible Disablility". Now that time has passed I am surprised to see how many chronic illnesses cre...
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  • My parents are in their 80's but they are likely to be horribly embarrassed by some "family secrets," even though those "secrets" aren't anything awful or criminal or...
  • Started by Zetta Brown
    Today at the "Oil and Water" blog and just in time for Martin Luther King Day is Melanie's post about two Civil Rights heroines whose stories deserve to be widespread.
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  • @Lynne: You have a lot of valuable points, and I do and always will support research into inequalities, whether sex-based, gender-based, age-based, or something else....
  • Oh my gosh, these stories are fascinating! I knew this was a widespread phenomenon but hearing the specifics of your stories (135 Perfectly Seasoned Recipes instead of "Salt and Pepper, A Love Story"?) is so fascinating and helpful.  And @Caroline you are so right about "Beautiful."  Enough of that!
  • It's a perception I find problematic for a lot of reasons, but it's a widespread perception.