where the writers are

birth control pills | birth control pills

jm-cornwell's picture
Too many people, not enough resources. That is the central theme in Make Room! Make Room! by Harry Harrison. The story is set in New York City where there are 35 million people crammed into a very small space, where jobs are scarce and have to be bought, where paper is only in old books, and air...
jennifer-kathleen-gibbons's picture
I am writing this from two perspectives: a woman, and a recovering Catholic. I should also get this out of the way: I don't think I could have an abortion. Partly because of my age (I'm getting at the age where getting pregnant can be pretty darned difficult) Plus since I was raised Catholic, I...
shaun-d-landry's picture
I always like to blog when the firestorm of a topic is at "Picking through the still hot smoldering ashes" phase. Such is the case of the entire Birth Control Rush Limbaugh/Sandra Fluke "I'm going to call a woman a slut and prostitute and ask her to put up sex tapes while wondering how many birth...
margie-marybelle-mckinnon's picture
On November 22nd I had a partial knee replacement, spent 4 days in the hospital, 3 weeks of rehab at the hospital and exercises at home then left for Philadelphia for a Board meeting for the Let Go,Let Peace Come In Foundation (I'm on the Board of Directors); I was already off the walker, off the...
margie-marybelle-mckinnon's picture
When I was a little girl I thought there was only one religion, Roman Catholicism.  It was the center of our lives: morning prayers, daily mass, nightly prayers, confession on Saturday night, mass on Sunday morning, Lenten season, fasting, no meat on Friday.  The list was endless.  My dad had even...