Let’s just say it’s complicated. by Evan Marc Katz Which isn’t terribly surprising; we’re talking about the intersection of biology and sociology, a subject that remains ill-defined and is prone to emotional takes. A New York Times piece by Kim Tingley (great name, if you’re writing about sex!) tried to come off as neutral but…

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by Patty Contenta I don’t know what it is but we women tend to place so much pressure on ourselves and undermine our own confidence. If you’re like many women out there, getting dressed up for work, a night out or a friendly gathering involves more than picking out a nice outfit and putting on…

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by Kara Oh I introduced the concept of Feminine Grace™ ten years ago in the first edition of Men Made Easy. It’s the foundation by which a woman should live her life, if she wants to be her happiest, with an immeasurable capacity to give and receive love. I’m working on finishing the book so…

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From Sarah: A friend of mine – Britt Allen –  who lives in Australia emailed me this great video with her deeply felt question: From my friend Britt: As a woman in the media who has faced many of the same issues in Australia as are highlighted in this video, I found myself powerfully moved…

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by Gina Ratliffe The royal road I’ve discovered is not an ordinary one. It’s a winding road of curves and valleys that take us to the depths of who we truly are. The average road leads us to the mundane and mediocre…sort of that merely just existing or survival mode that is sourced from an…

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The Role of Feminine Leaders in 2009 series By Gina Ratliffe Happy New Year! And welcome to our secret gathering in the Queen’s community, where there’s going to be a very, very special–not only gathering of all of our souls and spirits and hearts and missions–I’m also going to be unveiling to you what I’m…

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