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Let’s Talk About The Birth Control Pill 
May 26th, 2022

Imagine: a 14 year old girl sitting on the exam table at the OB/GYN for the first time, scared out of her mind because she has had some horrific and period symptoms ranging from heavy bleeding to debilitating cramping. This young teenager is asked to list her symptoms to the doctor and is ‘comforted’ as…

The Dignity of Women
May 19th, 2022

“The history of civilization could actually be written in terms of the level of its women.” Well-known and wise, Bishop Fulton Sheen understood the value of women in society and proclaimed the truth of our immeasurable worth to the world.  Ladies, do we understand our dignity? The force of our femininity? The impact of our…

Fashion Reverences the Body
April 5th, 2022

Over the past several decades, fashion has mistakenly become an oversexualized way for the culture to objectify the body. Since the creation of the bikini swimsuit in 1946, clothing designers have cultivated this culture of fashion for women that have defined femininity as something to be worn. Much of today’s trends are sought to expose…

Saving Yourself for Marriage: What’s the point?
June 8th, 2021

What happens when the phrase “saving sex for marraige” is brought up? It is often followed by  an eye roll and the thought that it is an outdated idea that doesn’t make sense in today’s society, right?  Honestly it makes sense, because we are being told to say no to something that is so good…

To The Women Who Felt Pressured: Healing From Past Sexual Sin
March 16th, 2021

Hey, girl! I want to speak into the heaviness on your heart. A heaviness I know well. The weight of past experiences with sexual sin that have left you feeling numb, empty, or confused about your goodness.  I want you to know something… You have the right to feel hurt.  I don’t know the fullness…

How Women of Virtue Can Form Men of Virtue
November 10th, 2020

In the 2015 movie Cinderella, the titular character lives by the motto that her mother taught her at a young age: “Have courage and be kind”.  This saying is a good reminder that courageousness can be done in a spirit of kindness and that kindness does not mean remaining silent in the face of wrongdoing.…

Inviting God into My PMS … And Why Men Were Part of His Answer
September 22nd, 2020

My whole life I have heard people tell me “ You are so hypersensitive, Kiki!” or “ You are too emotional!” Hearing those comments in the midst of crying for no reason, crying out of deep sadness or crying out of anger did not help me understand myself, but resent myself for being the way…

Does Clothing Matter?
August 11th, 2020

“When you said you looked a mess, I whispered underneath my breath; you heard it. You look perfect tonight.”  “Don’t even bother asking if you look okay. You know I’ll say… cause baby you’re beautiful just the way you are.” Maybe you’re a girl who loves fashion. Even if it’s just to check the mail,…

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