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Liz Mallory
Long after people fade, words remain.
Long after people fade, words remain.
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This is so good! Can we eliminate poverty, and how, and what things mean...all in 4 minutes. The idea of ending problems like high infant mortality and girls denied an education actually made me cry.

Can you imagine that world? I can.

http://youtu.be/6nQW_2DxIK0

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I actually wrote a blog post again! The books (& movies) that helped get me through 2016. Some made it on my top 5 all-time list. You need these in your life.

http://www.elizmallory.com/2017/02/survival-review.html

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Sexism doesn't just come from stereotypes about women. It also comes from stereotypes about men.

http://www.elizmallory.com/2016/07/aspirational-masculinity-equality-all.html

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Thoughts about cultivating safe space and listening to voices who disagree with you.

http://www.elizmallory.com/2016/07/forsaking-john-pipers-of-world_18.html

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I'm still in shock about what happened yesterday at #Pulse in Orlando. I'm trying to process all my feelings and figure out what, if anything, I can do. Maybe mourning is all I can do for those who are gone. But there are still so many others who remain unsafe, and I don't, don't, DON'T want this to happen to anyone again. I admit, so far I've cried even more for those left behind than those who left us. I will continue writing my happy queer books, being out and proud, raising awareness, and praying a lot. I think that's all I can do. I hope that's what they'd want.

http://www.elizmallory.com/2016/06/unsafe.html

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Does God have preferred pronouns? And where are women in a complementarian faith?

http://www.elizmallory.com/2016/06/she-is-holy.html
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