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Dealing with your sibling 09/09/15, via Observer-Reporter

When I tried out for cheerleading, all of a sudden she was practicing cheers all over the place. She likes On the other side, write “things I don't like about my relationship with my sister. Accept your own feelings: Tension between siblings is

Student Spotlight 09/09/15, via Western Courier (subscription)

Some of the topics that are covered in the presentations that the organization does around campus are stress management, relationships, sex, how to recognize if someone is in an abusive relationship and money management. She said that she has become

SMOED CHEERLEADER ASKED TO PROM ON AIRPLANE! - The Great Ask Out Ep. 4

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U628Ueo86rM

Which SMOED cheerleader is getting asked to prom on an airplane on the way to Worlds. Do you want to ask your crush on a date.

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Gender and the Construction of Hegemonic and Oppositional Femininities

Gender and the Construction of Hegemonic and Oppositional Femininities

Published by Lexington Books 2010

ISBN 9780739144909,0739144901
162 pages

Gender and the Construction of Hegemonic and Oppositional Femininities analyzes the construction of femininities within the key social institutions of school, work, and the media. The book draws from previous research to demonstrate how femininities are constructed in school and work and analyzes gendered representations in current fictional media.


Glitter and Glue

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFrom the author of The Middle Place comes a new memoir that examines the bond?sometimes nourishing, sometimes exasperating, occasionally divine?between mothers and daughters. When Kelly Corrigan was in high school, her mother neatly summarized the family dynamic as? Your father?s the glitter but I?m the glue. This meant nothing to Kelly, who left childhood sure that her mom?with her inviolable commandments and proud stoicism?would be nothing more than background chatter for the rest of Kelly?s life, which she was carefully orienting toward adventure. After college, armed with a backpack, her personal mission statement, and a wad of traveler?s checks, she took off for Australia to see things and do things and Become Interesting. But it didn?t turn out the way she pictured it. In a matter of months, her savings shot, she had a choice: get a job or go home. That?s how Kelly met John Tanner, a newly widowed father of two looking for a live-in nanny. They chatted for an hour, discussed timing and pay, and a week later, Kelly moved in. And there, in that house in a suburb north of Sydney, 10,000 miles from the house where she was raised, her mother?s voice was suddenly everywhere, nudging and advising, cautioning and directing, escorting her through a terrain as foreign as any she had ever trekked. Every day she spent with the Tanner kids was a day spent reconsidering her relationship with her mother, turning it over in her hands like a shell, straining to hear whatever messages might be trapped in its spiral. This is a book about the difference between travel and life experience, stepping out and stepping up, fathers and mothers. But mostly it?s about who you admire and why, and how that changes over time. Praise for Glitter and Glue?I loved this book, I was moved by this book, and now I will share this book with my own mother?along with my renewed appre

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Glitter and Glue

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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLERFrom the author of The Middle Place comes a new memoir that examines the bond?sometimes nourishing, sometimes exasperating, occasionally divine?between mothers and daughters. When Kelly Corrigan was in high school, her mother neatly summarized the family dynamic as? Your father?s the glitter but I?m the glue. This meant nothing to Kelly, who left childhood sure that her mom?with her inviolable commandments and proud stoicism?would be nothing more than background chatter for the rest of Kelly?s life, which she was carefully orienting toward adventure. After college, armed with a backpack, her personal mission statement, and a wad of traveler?s checks, she took off for Australia to see things and do things and Become Interesting. But it didn?t turn out the way she pictured it. In a matter of months, her savings shot, she had a choice: get a job or go home. That?s how Kelly met John Tanner, a newly widowed father of two looking for a live-in nanny. They chatted for an hour, discussed timing and pay, and a week later, Kelly moved in. And there, in that house in a suburb north of Sydney, 10,000 miles from the house where she was raised, her mother?s voice was suddenly everywhere, nudging and advising, cautioning and directing, escorting her through a terrain as foreign as any she had ever trekked. Every day she spent with the Tanner kids was a day spent reconsidering her relationship with her mother, turning it over in her hands like a shell, straining to hear whatever messages might be trapped in its spiral. This is a book about the difference between travel and life experience, stepping out and stepping up, fathers and mothers. But mostly it?s about who you admire and why, and how that changes over time. Praise for Glitter and Glue?I loved this book, I was moved by this book, and now I will share this book with my own mother?along with my renewed appre

$87.51

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Judge rules House Republicans' suit on Obamacare can go forward - 09/09/15, via Daily Kos

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How to Get Rich Suing For Jesus - 09/09/15, via Daily Beast

For Sekulow, who has made a career out of exploiting the idea that Christians are under attack by secular America, this lawsuit is about more than just some alleged agreement between two ... on a case he can’t win. He knows how to get to the Supreme ...

Why Having The Same Kissing 'Style' Is A Relationship REQUIREMENT - 09/10/15, via YourTango

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I tried to frame their whole bodies but I was too slow and clumsy so this is what I got (after a bit of cropping). I think it's a happy accident. This brings to mind three things: 1. "One day...little black boys and black girls will be able to join hands with little white boys and white girls as sisters and brothers. I have a dream today." (M.L. King, and don't think I'm not aware of the banality of quoting something so significant in this context; I'm just reporting my thoughts here.) 2. "Hand in hand. No don't ask me to apologize, I won't ask you to forgive me. If I'm gonna go down, you're gonna come with me." (Elvis Costello) 3. This article by Stephanie Rosenbloom called "A Show of Hands" from the NYT of 10/5/06, which you can no longer read online without subscribing: ON a brisk autumn afternoon, in the shadow of the marble arch in Washington Square Park, a couple visiting from Ohio walked along holding hands like two teenagers going...
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John is the worst friend you can have and the best friend you can have ...
John is the worst friend you can have and the best friend you can have ...
You’re Into A Lifetime Relationship
You’re Into A Lifetime Relationship