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Kate Robinson, M.A. adult learning and development, is a Master's in Social Work candidate at Bridgewater State University. She lives south of Boston with her family. Kate enjoys writing, reading, collage and felting. She also works in medical education and as a counselor at a women's health clinic.
In the time between Anne Marie Slaughter’s article in the July/August 2012 issue of The Atlantic and now, it seems she somehow l...
Kate examines the fashion industry's latest trend of using male-to-female transgendered individuals as runway models: "While I’m...
Kate takes a close look at the gun control debate in the USA in the wake of the most recent school shooting and discusses the impl...
Kate takes a hard look at Holiday gift-buying and giving in our consumerist culture.
Kate examines the ways we deal with sexual maturity with our children in the context of David Bells' novel Cemetery Girl.
Rethink Pink: InContext looks at Gayle Sulik's book "Pink Ribbon Blues: How Breast Cancer Culture Undermines Women's Health."
Her Circle Ezine contributor Kate Robinson reflects on the feminist messages in Disney-Pixar's "Brave."
Kate learns that the basis of her article about Emma Darwin is false. She asks that as we seek to increase our knowledge not just ...
Kate Robinson shares Joy Harjo's Perhaps the World Ends Here and reflects on the significance of the kitchen table.
inContext caught up with Sara Lunsford to learn more about her book, Sweet Hell on Fire, which is part of a Virtual Book Tour this...
Kate looks at the election results in the U.S. for 2012 and the gains made by women.
In just a few panels, Guest Blogger Fay Trier speaks volumes about the beauty industry and current ideals about female beauty.
inContext examines the "visceral feeling" Lamott describes in her book, "Some Assembly Required." In light of this, Kate believes ...
inContext marvels over progressive nuns and the Leadership Conference of Women Religious.
Kate looks at birth control and abortion access in anticipation of the 2012 U.S. election.