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About Sadie G

Grace Alexander is the founder of Brilliance On Demand, a full service copy-writing and social media marketing company specializing in helping her clients rule Google in their respective niches.

Let’s Talk About JOBS.

So. Jobs are like, kinda important. Right? Let’s break it down: You need a job to make money. You need money to pay for things – like housing. And food. And medicine. And clothing. If you don’t have a job, … Continue reading

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The kind of woman who needs a late-term abortion – Washington Post

The kind of woman who needs a late-term abortion – Washington Post.

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“Grow Your Own Marrow Donor” Ethics and Consequentialism: The Ayala Family Saga | Ethics Alarms

“Grow Your Own Marrow Donor” Ethics and Consequentialism: The Ayala Family Saga | Ethics Alarms.

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‘Creepy Uncle Sam’ Gives Pelvic Exam in Obamacare Attack Ad | Central Oregon Coast NOW

“This ad is brought to you by the same people who force Uncle Sam between our legs when it comes to reproductive health. It’s un-American to mandate forced ultrasounds, restrict abortion care, and deny contraception coverage while trying to trick … Continue reading

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My Son Wears Dresses; Get Over It – Matt Duron – The Atlantic

My son skipping and twirling in a dress isn’t a sign that a strong male figure is missing from his life, to me it’s a sign that a strong male figure is fully vested in his life and committed to … Continue reading

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The Uncanny John Phillip Sousa: FYI (it’s called Rape Culture)

There’s a term for this, for what your letter is part of. That term is Rape Culture. It says that if a woman is raped, it’s her fault. Because she wore a short skirt. Because she drank too much. Because … Continue reading

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The six ways we talk about a teenage girl’s age – Salon.com

THIS.  ~Grace There are 12-year-olds capable of more easygoing conversation, passionate feeling, emotional intimacy and mature deliberation than some 30-year-olds. That does not, however, make them, in any way, the equal of a 30-year-old. These qualities are separate and apart … Continue reading

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