Sex, Feminism, Archives

Female Condoms: A Guide

QUESTION: Why are female condoms so much less effective than male condoms? Why haven’t they been made more efficient? ANSWER: That’s a really great question! I hadn’t heard that before, and I am a champion of female condoms! I had to do a little investigation first, and here is what I found: -Female condoms are… Read More Female Condoms: A Guide

Therapy, Relationships, Feminism, Writing, Archives

Pick Better Partners!

Pick Better Partners! If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me how to find the love of their life, I would be a rich woman. As a marriage therapist people like to think I have all the answers to life’s romantic mysteries. Fun fact: I don’t–– wish I did, but I don’t!… Read More Pick Better Partners!

Writing, Archives

Beginners Guide to Write: Part 3

About the Author JT Pledger is a novelist, screenwriter and copywriter. When he isn’t sitting at the keyboard, he’s swimming in the Atlantic Ocean or reading, learning new and fascinating things!  Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and blog or seek his services here!

Writing, Archives

A Beginners Guide to Writing: Part 2

  About the Author JT Pledger is a novelist, screenwriter and copywriter. When he isn’t sitting at the keyboard, he’s swimming in the Atlantic Ocean or reading, learning new and fascinating things!  Follow him on Twitter, Facebook, and blog or seek his services here!

Writing, Archives

Beginner’s Guide to Writing Your First Novel

Beginner’s Guide to Writing Your First Novel Guest Post: JT Pledger Novelist and screenwriter, JT Pledger, stops by to show you how to start your first novel and everything in between! So you want to write a novel? That is a great idea. I am a firm believer that everyone has a story to tell. From memoir to… Read More Beginner’s Guide to Writing Your First Novel

Feminism, Archives

My Feminism Doesn’t Have to be Your Feminism

My Feminism Doesn’t Have to Be Your Feminism There is no single way to be feminist; it is an ideal to guide you through life.  Throughout my life I have struggled with the idea of being a feminist. I was lost in a sea of definitions that I could partially relate to and then some… Read More My Feminism Doesn’t Have to be Your Feminism