Weekly Top 5, Vol. 2 – Unofficial National Holiday

Good morning! I’m a little sleepy after using the Super Bowl as an excuse to have friends over. And then the 4th quarter comeback! (My theory: the companies who paid big bucks for airtime were a little upset about viewers turning it off and suddenly the Patriots have 31 unanswered points?).

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Teaching a Son What a Woman Can Be

We stand less than a week away from the ability to cast a vote for a female candidate in the U.S. presidential election. 96 years after women were given the right to vote. 44 years after Title IX prevented discrimination against women in a federally funded education program.

You may be thinking that dirty word in your head: feminism. You may be thinking you want to stop reading.

Despite the numerous understandings and approaches to feminism, at its core, it is about equality. If feminism is a dirty word, so is equality.

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