Women Who Love: HONOR

  It was the way Sarah, the registered massage therapist, held my forearms. I lay sprawled on the massage bed, blissed out in the library at Linwood House on a Saturday afternoon in March. Sarah was playing gentle spa music, the fireplace was turned up and I was surrounded by books on the floor-to-ceiling shelves. […]

Love that is Thick

Two women walk into a washroom at a U2 concert. I remember few details, but I do remember this from that night in Seattle three years ago: how Tina and I both smiled at the women in that microcosm of cubicles and mirrors and touching up make-up. We looked women in the eye. We engaged. […]

Shades of Gray in the Red Lights

“How do I stand up for those consumed with gray when all around us is dressed in black and white?” By Katy Randall | Twitter: @KatyBeStill Even though I grew up in a wonderful church with loving people, seeing life in black and white was pretty natural for me. You were either good or bad, […]

She’s Got the Brokedowns

By Sherry Naron | @RescuePink “I made up my mind that day to trust, even though I didn’t have all the answers. I changed my Facebook job to say: Rescuer of Baby Girls in India.” It’s January 2007, and I am in a bare concrete building in India, holding a 3-week-old baby girl. Her name […]

A Woman Who Loves: Viola Lutara

“Although we live in different parts of the world, we all belong to the same God and the challenges that you face are the same ones that we face. It is only the definition that varies.” We are honored to introduce Viola Lutara to you today, a SheLovely after our own heart. As the Director […]