Boys Scouts of America dropped the “Boys” from their name, which allows them to open the door for girls and to be all inclusive. Good for them, some may say. I, however, love Megan Ferland’s, CEO of Western Washington Girl … Continue reading
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Let the instructor know ahead of time if you need to leave class early and position yourself by the door. If it’s an emergency or you’re not feeling well, exit as discreetly as possible.
Its funny how something so normal and mundane that you see every day- your body – can be controversial. The shock value is intense. It’s like carrying an art piece around with you all the time. -Beth Ditto Positively Purging-I … Continue reading
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