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New Study: Lady Bloggers Making Gains on Men

Lady bloggers are gaining ground on male bloggers according to Technocrati’s annual State of the Blogosphere study.  But is female-driven content of equal value or respected as much as male-authored blogs? While women make up roughly 41% of U.S. female … Continue reading

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Are 30-something women wrong to delay having children?

College educated women in their 30s are more likely to delay having a child and will have fewer children than their less educated counterparts says the U.S. Census Bureau. They’re calling it a “delayer boom”. “Our findings show that a ‘delayer … Continue reading

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TLC’s ‘Police Women’ to Focus on DPD Officers, Grand Prairie Loses Only African American Police Woman

The Grand Prairie Police Department lost its only black female police officer yesterday. Tanara Martin retired after 21 years on the police force. That leaves the department of 223 officers with no black female police officers in a city where … Continue reading

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A&E’s Intervention a Sobering Look Into Addiction

I watched two episodes of A&E’s Intervention docu-drama and it was brutal. A loving couple of alcoholics and a strung out meth head who worked as a stripper and dropped out of recovery. Her family was forced to turn her … Continue reading

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