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Kimberley A. Johnson – A.K.A. The Anti Coulter is the author of The Virgin Diaries and an activist for women’s rights. Like her on Facebook, Twitter or friend her on FB HERE. Visit ARKStories to check out all of her books
7-Year-Old Girl Burned By Temporary Halloween Tattoos Sold At Walmart  (VIDEO)

7-Year-Old Girl Burned By Temporary Halloween Tattoos Sold At Walmart (VIDEO)

Seven-year-old Haily was excited to attend a Halloween party at Walt Disney World and she dressed up as a peacock. She used “Fright Night” eye-shadow and tattoos that were purchased from a Walmart in Harborcreek PA. 48-hours after the party, Haily’s eyes were red and swollen. Her parents took her to an emergency room in […]

He Said ‘When You Wear Make-Up, You Are Hiding Behind a Mask’

It was 1993. I was 25-years-old, young and in love – or at least infatuated. He was so tall and strong. 6’6” and muscular. He was so smart and successful – very successful for a 30-year-old man. He was the picture of masculinity. I believe the very strong male scent emanating from his large frame […]

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Hey Trolls, This One’s For YOU!!! (VIDEO)

When you are a woman with an opinion and you voice that opinion on the Internet, you are bound to get comments from trolls. You know, those cowardly men (and some women), who hide behind anonymous screen names and hurl insults. Ana Kasparian of The Young Turks breaks it down and shows the idiot trolls […]

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Hey Ladies, Wanna VOTE? – VIDEO

 20, 648, 401 single women are not registered to vote. Register HERE. If you are not aware of the awesomeness that is Miss Revolutionaries, perhaps it’s time to acquaint yourself with the California based grassroots organization – where BOTH genders are welcome. And a quick note – the editor and creator of this video had […]

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Should Voting Be Mandated?

Should voting be mandated? I posed this question on my Facebook page a while back and was surprised with the answers. Most people said “no” and asked how it would be enforced. The reasons for the “no” answers were: “It would be like a dictatorship,” and that “We have the right to free speech and […]

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