Category Archives: Cindy McCombe

Stirring the gender bucket pink

Print this articleWhat do you get when you cross a feminist with the color pink? If you were to study my life, that answer would vary based on where you would find me during the continuum of the 42 years … Continue reading

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The name-change blues

Print this articleWhen I was born in Durango, Colo., on May 6, 1972, my father named me “Cynthia Marie McCombe.” The “Cynthia” part of my name, which means “moon goddess,” was given to me as a sweet remembrance of an … Continue reading

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Ann Coulter vs. the Disability Community

Print this article“I highly approve of Romney’s decision to be kind and gentle to the retard.” This is the tweet that conservative columnist Ann Coulter sent out to her 280,000+ followers in the Twittersphere after the third presidential debate. In … Continue reading

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