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Links 1 through 10 of 73 by Camryl 9 tagged women

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(This is the last post in the series of nineteenth century Finnish women painters. The first three can be found here, here and here.)

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Fifteen year old Kali Villarosa writes about why she’s inspired by the players and excited at the attention paid to her favorite sport.

"...I wish the United States had beaten Japan in the Women’s World Cup finals. But the bigger win was that millions of people tuned into one of the most watched women’s athletic events in history and brought attention to a sport so important to girls like me."

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First of all, you should know we're going to revisit this topic frequently. There are so many great female comedy writers on Twitter now, you can't fit all of them in one slideshow. For this collection, we assumed you were already following the likes of @sarahksilverman, @lizzwinstead, @sandrabernhard and so on. If you're not, go take care of that right away and come back. ...

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...I would really rather not have the next conversation to be about whether the success of Bridesmaids means that other supposed “raunchy” female comedies will also be successful. If the next several female R rated films fail (which all were made before Bridesmaids was released)—in the long gone days of one month ago before the power that be realized women existed—does that negate the success of Bridesmaids?

And by the way when did raunchy become the female equivalent of funny? Hangover dudes just get to be funny, but women, their funniness must be defined as raunch.

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There are many that I know about, and probably lots more that I don’t know about. Let’s try to crowd-source a list. Here’s my start ...

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There are many that I know about, and probably lots more that I don’t know about. Let’s try to crowd-source a list. Here’s my start ...

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The books shown above are titles whose copyrights have expired, in many cases because they were not renewed.
Because they are in the public domain, these books can be legally reproduced online. ...

The Celebration of Women Writers recognizes the contributions of women writers throughout history. Women have written almost every imaginable type of work: novels, poems, letters, biographies, travel books, religious commentaries, histories, economic and scientific works. Our goal is to promote awareness of the breadth and variety of women's writing. ...

We attempt to provide easy access to available on-line information. The Celebration provides a comprehensive listing of links to biographical and bibliographical information about women writers, and complete published books written by women.

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A prominent novelist, Madeleine de Scudery (1607 - 1701) composed a series of dialogues dealing with philosophical issues. Primarily ethical in focus, her dialogues examine the virtues and vices proper to the aristocratic society of the period. They also explore questions of moral psychology, in particular the interplay between temperament and free will. In the area of epistemology, Scudery analyzes the problem of certitude...

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