Stricken by the muse – AI by (e)dith (e)laine cummings

Artificial Insemination in the Dairy Industry By edith elaine cummings dead? Every minute piece of life which itself must call a state submicroscopic is – compared with warm seen fluids a question unto itself a test of faith to take a frozen stick from boiling metal vessel cold cloudy climate creates fulsomeness and profession of…

Women farmers share stories of discrimination

Women farmers in Ohio share stories of facing discrimination near the farm OXFORD, Ohio — Stories of women farmers facing discrimination are many. Debra Bowles raises goats; years ago, she visited a feed store to ask for information about feed and nutrition. The men there, sitting on stools and eating peanuts, nearly laughed her out…

Mary Daly, feminist theologian, dies

“There are and will be those who think I have gone overboard. Let them rest assured that this assessment is correct, probably beyond their wildest imagination, and that I will continue to do so.” – Mary Daly Mary Daly died January 3, 2010, at the age of 81. Full obituary in the National Catholic Reporter.