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A Princess in Pictures

A Princess in Pictures

Kate Middleton took the dream of every little girl and turned it into reality. She married a prince- and not just any prince, the prince of the most powerful royal family in the world, the man who would one day become king. Yes, she married him- Prince William. The wedding was watched by billions and the internet is all a […]

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Earthquake Relief Fundraiser – Ganbatte Japan (Keep Going Japan)

Earthquake Relief Fundraiser – Ganbatte Japan (Keep Going Japan)

For the past few weeks, I have been working hard on a fundraiser for Tsunami devastated Japan- I have been saddened by the loss and destruction the Japanese people have had to face. I was even more bothered to hear about the children who have lost their entire families, have no care, no clothes, no food or milk.   I couldn’t […]

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The “Race” to the Altar

The “Race” to the Altar

Now that royal wedding has finally happened, a prince married a mere commoner- to propel her into a path toward becoming queen, the question of differences within marriages came to my mind. In particular, I’m referring to the controversies that can arise when two people from completely different backgrounds choose to fight the norm and unite. One such union that […]

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Calling all Canadian Women. Your Vote, Your Voice!

Calling all Canadian Women. Your Vote, Your Voice!

When you take the time to vote in this coming election (May 2, 2011), be mindful of your choice. It’s one thing to do your research and make an informed decision aligned with your values but it’s quite another to vote a certain way based on the opinions of your spouse, family and friends. Many of the women I know […]

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Bigger is Better, or Less is More?

Bigger is Better, or Less is More?

American comedian Jerry Seinfeld was in England last week promoting an upcoming performance in the country. While appearing on a local morning television show, he was asked about the impending royal nuptials. Expecting the usual pleasantries, viewers were surprised to hear Seinfeld reply that he found the whole thing “absurd” and “a circus act”, lamenting all of the “fake outfits, […]

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The Meaning of Wedding Traditions….and What to Watch for Friday

The Meaning of Wedding Traditions….and What to Watch for Friday

As Kate Middleton walks down the aisle on her father’s arm this Friday there are several wedding traditions which will seem familiar to all westerners (especially those from a Christian tradition) and some traditions that, well, aren’t really for us “commoners.” There are too many wedding traditions in western culture alone to mention all of them, but we shouldn’t adhere […]

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Wedding Mania

Wedding Mania

With the royal nuptials of Kate Middleton and Prince William looming less than a week away, and wedding season just around the corner, we here at Lipstick and Politics thought it might be a nice thing to have a week of wedding mania- leading up to the fabulous Royal wedding on April 29 2011. We’ll be discussing some interesting topics […]

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Stereotyping- tattoos and more

Stereotyping- tattoos and more

I’ve always had a weakness for tattoos and an even greater weakness for the guys who rock them. I’m not referring to a ring around the bicep, tribal tattoo, I’m talking about men who are fully inked: arms, stomach, legs, you name it. I can’t pinpoint whether it’s the bad boy persona that I find hard to resist or if […]

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Measure your Fashion: An Addiction for Shoes.

A cool $795 for to measure your fashion

Yes, I admit it, I have a small obsession with shoes. Not all shoes mind you, fabulous, sexy, high heels. The kind that are never comfortable but always make a   statement. I have tried very hard to stick to flat fabulous shoes( is there such a thing?)   but they never give me the confidence a pair of high heels -loveingly […]

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Psychological Relief in a Global Crisis

Psychological Relief in a Global Crisis

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a major public health problem following a humanitarian disaster. The psychological health of a population is profoundly important to its recovery, yet it is often undervalued or ignored. Relief agencies and donors tend to rush in with the immediate, tangible needs such as temporary shelter and food (all very important), but the long term […]

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Bookstores Dying Slowly.

Bookstores Dying Slowly.

Rummaging through a pile of heavily discounted books at Border’s Book store the other day I thought to myself, my future children may never see a bookstore. They may never know there was a place that housed rows and rows of incredible amazing books, filled with fantasy, love, joy, politics, life and so much more. They may never know what […]

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Implications of Nuclear Radiation Are Still to be Seen.

Implications of Nuclear Radiation Are Still to be Seen.

For over a month now, I’ve been impacted emotionally by news of the aftermath of the earthquakes and the tsunami that turned Japan into desolate wounded country. Now, the threat of nuclear radiation alertness reaching its highest level, there is more fear of what long term damage will be. Everyday, I awake to the news in the Financial Times reporting […]

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Do You Need A Social Media Detox?

Do You Need A Social Media Detox?

If you’re facebook’n before you have had a chance to brush your teeth in the morning or twittering while on the throne, you may need a social media detox. If you can take a break during sex to quickly check who @messaged you on twitter, um…you may need a social detox. If you are ignoring your spouse, not feeding your […]

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