We know this time of year is all Holiday parties, Hanukkah celebrations, Christmas shopping, and travel planning. But, we hope you'll take a break from the craziness with us this weekend. Just enough time to enjoy a cup of tea in the morning light and a few delightful reads.
Hillary Clinton won a grammy?
Tina and Amy talking Bechdel testing, competition, and comedy.
One for the moms.
Julie Holland on medicating women and their feelings -- a super interesting read that questions why women feel so much shame about having so many feelings. One of our favorite quotes below:
"If the serotonin levels of women are constantly, artificially high, they are at risk of losing their emotional sensitivity with its natural fluctuations, and modeling a more masculine, static hormonal balance. This emotional blunting encourages women to take on behaviors that are typically approved by men: appearing to be invulnerable, for instance, a stance that might help women move up in male-dominated businesses."
Have a beautiful weekend!