I am missing Christmas. The ones where they believed. The ones where they wrote letters to Santa and put out carrots for reindeer and wanted nothing but oodles of lego and craft kits and an American Girl doll. I would actually buy an American Girl doll right now, expensive as it is, if it would … More Christmas with Tween & Teen
I’m in full Christmas mode. It might seem a little out of season to be thinking of swimwear or yoga wear but I find that the fall season is probably when I tend to pretend to or intend to exercise the most (otherwise I’m sitting at my desk getting through kids’ Halloween candy). The marketing of UCFIT Under Cover … More Waterwear Making Me Feel…almost atheletic
It’s here!!!!!!! Online purchases of the calendar can be made here for our fundraising calendar for KQNY. So as some of you know, in my non-existent spare time I’ve been working on a book about body positivity and the rise of acceptance of Plus Size models and Burlesque Dancers called Throwing the Curve (BECAUSE WHY NOT? … More Pin-Ups for Plumas Community Radio Calendar is Here!
Dispatch from the Deep North I thank my editor at Hip Mama for encouraging this post.
School Library Journal did a story on us that we think is much closer to the mark than most. Jane Braxton Little of the Sacramento Bee did an up close and personal story of us (she lives in Greenville).
Michelle Bernier for School Board I haven’t written anything really political here I don’t think. I mean Throwing Chanclas is essentially about throwing a house shoe as a statement towards something that needs changing. It’s also about women taking charge of their everything: bodies , families, communities. It is in this spirit that I … More Michelle Bernier for La Habra School District
(forgive me in advance for butchering this form) Library Project Ghazal We need to tell you we’ve had a complaint about the library. An anonymous caller says you’ve got feminism in your books. Kids read books with feminism in them will ruin the morals of the valley. Girls thinking too much of themselves because … More Library Project Ghazal