I want to share with you a book that has absolutely changed my life. It’s called The Life Changing Magic of Tidying: A Simple, Effective Way To Banish Clutter Forever by Marie Kondo, the creator of the KonMari Method. As the title says, this is a very simple (though not easy) way to get to […]
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I was thrilled to speak in New York City at One Billion Rising’s event JustLove on Valentine’s Day 2014. JustLove was this year’s theme and celebration, and part of One Billion Rising’s global activism to end violence against women and girls.
One of the central outmoded ideas governing our health care system is the notion that the processes of a woman’s body are designed to cause suffering and pain, and that women require a great deal of medical care and testing to stay healthy.
It is horrifying and heart-breaking to think that female genital cutting (FGC) is still practiced in this century in 28 countries around the world. But this summer, the numbers drastically declined when Egypt—which carried out this practice on 97% of the women in their country—finally outlawed all female circumcision.