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Perilous Years For Girls

Elizabeth F. Clayton Physical appearance is a topic that often comes up in discussions of feminism. Many feminists feel strongly that they do not want…

Perilous Years For Girls

Elizabeth F. Clayton The right to control your body is one that is inherent to being human. It's something we're all taught as children; you…

Perilous Years For Girls

Elizabeth F. Clayton Last week, my editor and I sat around the office trying to come up with a name for this column. She was…

Bay Area is a literary environment

Photo by Elizabeth Clayton EDITOR'S NOTE: In this ongoing series, The Weekly talks to notable women in the Bay Area arts scene – writers, musicians,…

Feminism

Elizabeth F. Clayton So, last week was Valentine's day, and my boyfriend Toby bought me a dozen red roses he bought at a grocery store.…

Play offers timely glimpse into Iraq

Elizabeth F. Clayton Any viewer would benefit from seeing 9 Parts of Desire, currently showing at the Berkeley Repertory Theater; it gives a human face…