An Open Letter to the Good Guys: It’s in your power to punch holes in rape culture in ways we cannot.
A Cambodian refugee comes home, and helps village women learn to weave shimmering silk scarves and independent lives.
Why We Write: (hint: It ain’t for the money.)
Three years ago, I asked a judge to release me from jury duty on a sexual assault trial. I had my reasons, and they were personal.
A 2009 essay I wrote for the now-defunct HER Nashville magazine, about the sheer amazingness of the Act Like a Grrrl writing/performance camp for girls age 12-18.
The grrrls of Act Like a Grrrl share some lovely and amazing wisdom on female beauty.
The Face (and Fashion) of Social Enterprise—Weaving Better Lives in Rural Cambodia
Every day is “Take Your Kids to Work Day” at the Stung Treng Women’s Development Center.