Ties that Bind,
Bindings that Break
Stories posted online at Family, Friends & Lovers ask what it means to
struggle into motherhood,
to have a baby with special needs, to etch your outline in your mother's
Thoughts and feelings concerning Sept 11th
Hits the Road
Women full of moxie who test their mettle in a
variety of situations.
your style? Express who you are.
who you are through these stories and poems.
What's your identity?
Moxie hears daily from women who are
working flat out to make a living at what they love. They don't want to be held captive
in the cubicles of corporate America. They're after more than money. And yet they
know that money--and business--are real. They work hard to bring their ideals and
their determination into balance, often at great personal cost.
Here are some of their stories.
What real women look like -- women
with bodies as different as landscapes, faces as different as fingerprints. Women
are doing something other than posing for the camera with their bodies. They are
protecting their bodies, befriending their bodies, changing their bodies, reveling
in their bodies, healing their bodies, indulging their bodies, expressing who and
what they are through their bodies.
Instead of focusing on airbrushed female
facsimiles, the sheroes issue features real women who are pursuing real adventures,
and providing others with real role models to look up to in the process.
Explore the world of art and what it
means to be an artist through a woman's eye.
How new experiences can bring us wisdom.
Women who are tired of being victims
find the courage and strength to speak out about the most painful of memories.