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The Dirty Dozen

By Susan B. Johnson
A few years back, Oprah Winfrey announced she would be devoting an entire hour to the importance of “girlfriends” in women’s lives. As I groped for the remote control to turn off the TV, the camera panned an audience of smiling faces—as young as 25, as old as 70—and I found myself reaching for the tissue box instead. Here were…
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Lifestyle

Skinny Girls Don’t Have All the Fun

By Mary Kelly Selover
My Way, “mine own” 23-foot sailboat, has been in the water for almost two months. But due to travel and other commitments, today is just the second time I was able to join my crew to race. The boat’s crisp new sails were about to take their maiden voyage. I hoisted the main, which glided up the mast smoothly and…
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Lifestyle

We Get Letters: WVFC “informative, engaging” News She Can Use

By Womens Voices for Change
The following note just landed in the email boxes of WVFC’s editor and publisher. We were both delighted, and agreed that it had to be shared. In a way, attorney Mary Faucher has written a manifesto for us. This is neither a question nor a suggestion, but rather a note to say: “Keep up the good work!” I am a…
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