Why I Vote for Yoga Pants

This post was originally posted on The Good Men Project which you can check out here!

Earlier this year Christian blogger Veronica Partridge published a piece titled, “Why I Chose To No Longer Wear Leggings,” explaining her new leggings free lifestyle. In the post Partridge says this decision was “weighing heavy on my heart.” She discussed the problem she was having with her husband. His response helped her make her decision, “Yeah, when I walk into a place and there are women wearing yoga pants everywhere, it’s hard not to look. I try not to, but it’s not easy.” Yikes.

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Happy Birthday Elizabeth Blackwell!

Happy Birthday Elizabeth Blackwell!

This month I started reading Generation Roe about the current pro-life culture in the United States (side note: TOTALLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK!) In a chapter about medical history it was noted that Elizabeth Blackwell was the first accredited female doctor in the United States, earning this title in 1949. When I looked up more information I found that her birthday was February 3, 1821. Clearly a sign to start back up the monthly birthday posts.

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Back and Forth – Stumbling Into Being a Feminist Woman

Let’s face it; it is really hard to be a human being. Conforming to the pressures dictated to us by what perceived gender we are is a big job.

Some days I wake up and feel like putting on make up, doing my hair and spending a few minutes to carefully pick an outfit. Most days I wake up, quickly pick some clothes out and throw my hair in a bun. I enjoy both instances but my feelings behind which one I choose are complicated.

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