The only possible solution is radical, and like all radical ideas, it is impractical and idealistic, like some of the programs that will be cut.
I’ve found a solution to these times that will work for me, and perhaps be helpful to all of you. It’s the example of the hummingbird.
Many of the actions described in today’s news could have been carried out by Goops.
We elected him. We can’t comfort ourselves with signs that say, “Not My President.”
Let’s all smile as we recognize that the violence of this backlash represents the enormous progress we women have made in the past century.
If our president-elect has his way, despotism will return to this country, but without any commitment to or understanding of equality.
No connection erases the primal fear that is a constant in our culture: the fear of the power of women.
Certainly they will send you advisors from the campaign, but you might be more comfortable with a few homey tips from well-meaning strangers. So here goes.
We have elected a boy to be our president and we are going to have to help him to grow.
I’ve avoided writing about what is going on in our presidential election, not wanting to focus more attention on this ignoble display. But Sunday night was too much.