Articles About Women - Sponsored this month by The Mothering Touch Center
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Writer George Burden says that the real Klondike Kate was not, in fact, a vaudeville performer, but an early feminist and trained nurse who was swooped up into the gold rush fever and travelled alone to the Klondike where she administered to sick and injured miners.
Christine Shaw Roome looks back at the history of Mother’s Day and reminds us why this day still matters for humanity.
I often hear people say about Kate Middleton, future Queen, “Well, good luck to her, but I wouldn’t want to put up with all that protocol.” There is no accounting for the stupidity of the plebs. Think about it.
Daniel Craig, famous as 007 in James Bond films, dresses as a woman for an International Women’s Day video to illustrate the dramatic and troublesome differences between the way men and women experience the world.