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Women's History Month 2014

Remember Women's Equality Day

Remember Women's Equality Day

By Elsa Roberts, Follow her on Twitter

One woman struggles on a table while five prison guards hold her down and shove a feeding tube up her nose. 

During another prison stay her hands are handcuffed above the door for the night after she was beaten.

Another woman, another feeding tube forced on her, and raw eggs poured down her throat.

Secular Woman Welcomes More New Board Members

Secular Woman Welcomes More New Board Members

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

For more information, please contact:

Kim Rippere, Secular Woman President: 404.669.6727 E-mail

Elsa Roberts, Secular Woman Vice President: 906.281.0384 E-mail

 

Secular Woman Welcomes More New Board Members

Senator Wendy Davis Leads "Unruly Mob" in Exercise of Democracy

Senator Wendy Davis Leads "Unruly Mob" in Exercise of Democracy

Thanks to the bravery of Texas senator Wendy Davis, the Texas democrats, and hundreds of Texans in attendance at the capitol yesterday, Senate Bill 5––a bill that would have legislated widespread restrictions to abortion access––is dead.

I Hide Inside

Second article for Secular Woman's Sexual Assault Awareness Month series

by Shanna Wells, follow her on twitter

A follow up to her first article on Street Harassment.

Street Harassment: An Inconvenient Truth?

First article for Secular Woman's Sexual Assault Awareness Month series

by Shanna Wells

“Hey baby, shake that thing.” “Mmmm, I like ‘em that size.” “Ugh, you’re a dog!” “Nice ass!”

A Response to "An Open Letter to the Secular Community"

4/13/2013: UPDATED***

Women's History Month Recap

Over the course of Women's History Month, Secular Woman was pleased to run a series of articles written by women in the secular community on women's history that was of interest to them. Below is a roundup of all the articles we published.
 
Women's Contributions to Science Fiction Literature

Susan Epperson

Ninth article in Secular Woman's Women's History Month series.

by Jamie Bougher

In 1928, the state of Arkansas passed a law. It was a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad law. Or, well, at least it was a pretty discriminatory, anti-science law. Same thing. The law made it

If Clara Schumann Had Only Been a Man!

Eighth Article in Secular Woman's Women's History Month Ariticle Series

By Renée Neary, of NiftyIdeas

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