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Grieving Warren: The Heartache of Modern Womanhood

We must give ourselves space to move through the disappointment before we remember how to fight

Photo by Gage Skidmore via Flickr (cc)

It was obviously coming after the results of Super Tuesday’s primary. Elizabeth Warren, who seemed so strong during the debates, suddenly vanished from viability like a puff of smoke in the wind. Still, when I saw the…

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All about living as a sex-positive person and parent, body acceptance, what it’s like to be a rad fatty, polyamory, feminism, social justice, divorce, and more. I write to connect and constantly strive to jump into hope with abandon.

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Rachael Hope

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Polyamorous, loud laughing unapologetic feminist, rad fatty, and epic sweet tooth.

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