The weekend. Oh, how I enjoy two consecutive days when the only wake up call is that of Rocky’s. Rocky the pug that is. I’m okay with that though. He normally just wants to eat. And I want to sleep. So here we go, two days of sleeping and eating. Have a great weekend!
Michelle Obama: “Any woman who voted against Hillary Clinton, voted against their own voice.”
Cecile Richards: “Politics aside, every single person in this country deserves access to the health care they need. Planned Parenthood will keep doing everything we can to make to make that a reality.”
Susan Braudy: “Women were not supposed to win arguments about masturbation when fighting with Playboy sex experts. But I did.”
OPRAH and her garden.
Tomorrow is the March for Black Women.
There is a film about Gloria Steinem in the works.
Also there’s an Oprah cruise.
Fibroids—which I have a great deal with experience with, having had them for my whole life—are a nuisance, and a health hazard, and prevalent in women of color.
What I like about these new subway ads is the assumption that the internet will work down under.
Heh heh heh, Hef.
And now have a laugh with Caroline Rhea.
Hurricane Maria Support.
Puerto Rico has been devastated by the recent hurricanes. Your help is needed.
The Maria Fund. “One hundred percent of monies raised will be used to support immediate relief, recovery, and equitable rebuilding in Puerto Rico for the communities hit hardest by the storm.”
Operation Puerto Rico Care-Lift: “The island has been devastated by two back to back Hurricanes in two weeks and has lost 100 percent of its power grid. This disaster happens on the heals of over 10 years of severe economic recession and hardship. And frankly, most people don’t have a way off this Island.” Lara Richardson & Chris Sloan
Support The Girls. Always an advocate for women in need, Dana Marlowe’s set up a donation for Puerto Rican women and girls.
Unidos. “100% of your gift to UNIDOS goes to help children, friends and families recover from the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria and the Mexico City earthquake.”
Unidos Por Aguadilla. “That’s why we concerned about our towns of Aguadilla and Yauco , where we were born and raised, are creating this fund to funnel 100% of the resources directly to help the families in need on the West coast of Puerto Rico. ” (Samy Nemir & Hedmanuel Soto)
Unidos Puerto Rico. “United for Puerto Rico is an initiative brought forth by the First lady of Puerto Rico, Beatriz Rosselló in collaboration with the private sector, with the purpose of providing aid and support to those affected in Puerto Rico by the passage of Hurricane Irma and Hurricane María.”