Category Archives: Being a Woman

Please Move on to My New Web Site

My New Web Site I’m no longer posting on this site. I invite anyone who visits here–or who has signed up to get notices when I post here–to join me at my new, much prettier and more professional website. Please … Continue reading

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Thanks and Love to the Men who have Broken my Heart

  ] Humans are hardwired to survive heartbreak This blog post has been transferred to my new web site. Please come and see it here!

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On Being a Woman: Female Scientist

  “Woman teaching geometry” Illustration at the beginning of a medieval translation of Euclid’s Elements (c. 1310 AD) This post has been moved to my new website. You can see it here.    

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Figuring Out Who You Are

Originally posted on Fran Moreland Johns:
“Please don’t call me Doctor Jones,” said an extremely distinguished PhD speaker I met recently; “I’m just a teacher named Joe. I’ve been Joe all my life.” His name is changed to protect the…

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Birth Control: Key to Averting Environmental Disaster

This blog post has been moved to my new website at: Birth Control: Key to Averting Environmental Disaster  

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Thursday Night Dear Colleague Letter

Thursday Night Dear Colleague Letter. I’m interrupting the series on the value of contraception for women, society, and the environment, to reblog this. The link is to a blog post by a woman scientist, and it offers insight into what women … Continue reading

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Contraception and Human Social Well-Being

This blog post has been moved to my new website and can be found here: Contraception and Human Social Well-Being    

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