Rebekah Kuschmider

Rebekah Kuschmider

Bio

Rebekah Kuschmider is a DC area writer with a background in non-profit management and advocacy. Her work has been seen at Babble, Scary Mommy, Huffington Post, The Mid, Redbook online, and The Broad Side. She is the creator of the blog Stay at Home Pundit and is a contributor to the upcoming book Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox (an anthology, SheWrites Press, Nov. 2015). You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Rebekah Kuschmider Articles

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A Kid Is Injured, A Gorilla Is Killed, And The Internet Manages To Make It Even Worse

It makes us feel better to say “My kid would never…” but you know what? Any kid might. They run into the street, they climb too high in trees, they put things they find on the ground in their mouths — and it all happens in a second, while a parent’s head is turned.

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Today In Questionable Anti-Choice Logic: March For Life Continues Despite Blizzard

This year, as a special treat from Mother Nature, who appears to be pro-choice, there will be a blizzard bearing down on DC as the marchers do their anti-choice thing. Now, I’m a long time DC area resident. I’ve seen a lot of these marches, and there are a few things I know:

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New Vaginal Ring Protects From STDs

The New England Journal of Medicine is reporting promising results from an experimental vaginal ring for STD prevention. Like the rings for birth control, this device is a flexible ring that a woman inserts into her vagina. Instead of releasing birth control, the ring releases anti-bacterial or anti-viral medications to stop STDs before they take hold.

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It seems that Trump and DeVos would like America’s colleges to look less like America and more like the membership of Mar-A- Lago. (Image Credit: Flickr/Kyle Sullivan)

The Biggest Problem In Education According To Trump: Discrimination Against White Students

Yeah. That’s the higher education issue that’s of most concern to the citizens of the United States: race conscious admissions policies. Investigating ways to give white people more chances to sue colleges that make a point of admitting people of color doesn't sound racist at all...

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Drop the douchebag, folks. Your vagina will thank you.

New Study Shows Possible Link Between Douching And Ovarian Cancer

Drop the douchebag, folks. Your vagina will thank you.

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It’s National Dog Day: Celebrate With 5 Perfect Puppers

Anyone who has ever lived with a dog knows the joy of having your best friend greet you at the door every time you come home. Or return from getting the mail. Or walk out of the shower.

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The president needs to be a person who cares so much about the country that he or she wants to help make it the best place it can be.

How To Talk To Your Kids About The 2016 Presidential Election

We need to rethink government and politics, and perhaps the best way to do it is to visualize it the way we would explain it to our kids.

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Y'all haven't forgotten about Jenny from the block.

Top 20 Celebrities People Picture While Masturbating

So — who is everyone thinking about when they masturbate? The sex toy company We-Vibe wanted to find out, so they asked 1,000 people who their favorite celeb fantasies were.

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Every story we tell is more evidence that access to healthcare for ordinary Americans is more valuable than any package of tax cuts for millionaires. (Image Credit: Flickr/LaDawna Howard)

Opposition To The Senate Health Bill Delays The Vote. Viva La Resistance!

Some of Republican senators' discomfort with voting for their health bill is due to groups of frantic activists who have been pummeling the Senate phone lines, showing up at Senate offices, and even staging a “People’s Filibuster” by rallying on the steps of the Capitol. All of them are begging their elected officials to represent the interests of the sick and the poor, not just the rich and powerful.

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#NotAllStorks

IUDs Are The Best, Study Shows

With fewer people facing unintended pregnancies, the net abortion numbers are down.

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