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My kind of feminism

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Modest clothing for any age is beautiful!!

-Redeeming Love

"When a woman veils her body with modest clothing, she is not hiding herself from men. On the contrary, she is revealing her dignity to them." -Jason Evert

Why I Hate Mr. Darcy.

Grey is the Devil’s Favorite Color: Catholic World Report ... a must read!!!

Catholic article from CatholicSistas about "The virtue of women" -- LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this article!

"Strong Women, Strong Men" Blog post from God In All Things

if girls were ladies, men would be gentlemen

Proverbs 31:25

1Flesh – Bring Sexy Back! » Gandhi Graphic

1Flesh – Bring Sexy Back!

1Flesh – Bring Sexy Back!

Olympics: Saudi Arabia sends women to the Olympics for the first time ever.

JP II's Theology of the Body writings are such a beautiful interpretation of the Gospels. This is a beautiful blog post that states the basic meaning of these teachings!

Future Husband? Umm, Yes!!

ifighthimwithlove.wordpress.com

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Is the hijab a symbol of oppression and rightly banned in some countries? Some may argue the controversy surrounding the hijab is a new form of Orientalism. Feminist standpoint theory suggests there is a gap between the perceptions of dominant social groups and women on the margins of society. Are we ignoring the voices of the women who wear hijabs and other types of headscarves?

motherhood

LCWR...needs refinement, but has a lot right too

CATHOLIC nuns are not the prissy traditionalists of caricature. No, nuns rock! They were the first feminists, earning Ph.D.’s or working as surgeons long before it was fashionable for women to hold jobs. As managers of hospitals, schools and complex bureaucracies, they were the first female C.E.O.’s. They are also among the bravest, toughest and most admirable people in the world. In my travels, I’ve seen heroic nuns defy warlords, pimps and bandits.

CFR Sisters

Santa Gianna Beretta Molla