Fashion Friday: Moon Ladies

Sarah Moon is one of my favorite photographers, and I especially love her fashion photography. She did a lot of work for Cacharel, Vogue and Karl Lagerfeld era Chloe in the 70’s and her photos are as soft as a fading dream. She truly created

The Ways We Are Not Protected

2012 Code of Alabama / Title 13A – Criminal Code. Chapter 6 – Offenses Involving Danger to the Person. Section 13A-6-90.1 – Stalking in the second degree. A person who, acting with an improper purpose, intentionally and repeatedly follows, harasses, telephones, or initiates communication, verbally,

Loss Of My Father

  Everything changed on February 7, 2013. After several months of unsuccessful treatment for bladder cancer, my father was at Vanderbilt Hospital to have his bladder removed. At that time, my father and I were law partners, although I used to say we were partners

Reproductive Rights In Dixie

Ok ladies. Have you heard about the latest laws passed regarding your reproductive rights? It’s a doozy. Thanks to a new law in our great state of Alabama, a teen who can’t get parental consent for an abortion is subject to a litany of questions

Bookish: It Brits

  A Scene in Between: Fashion and Independent Music in the UK 1983-89 by Sam Knee Nestled between punk, acid house, and Brit-pop was a decidedly less celebrated but nonetheless influential period of British music exemplified by C86, NME’s cassette compilation that introduced the masses

Women Against Feminism

Oh, womenagainstfeminism.tumbler.com. When you post pictures of yourselves saying that you are against feminism because you grew up with traditional values, let me be the first to tell you that you are totally missing the point. When you say you don’t need feminism because you

Dear John: Work Husband

Dear John I’ve been at my company for 3.5 years, and up until 9 months ago I was very close to a colleague. He’s married, I’m married, but it was never anything but friendly. Actually, I considered him my closest work friend, and called him