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CHRISTINE FLOWERS

Christine Flowers, of the Philadelphia Daily News, is an op-ed columnist for McClatchy-Tribune.

Articles by CHRISTINE FLOWERS

Commentary: How gender does and doesn't matter Commentary: How gender does and doesn't matter
11 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
I’ve always considered myself to be “transgender.” No, it has nothing to do with bathrooms. My biological apparatus matches both my birth certificate and sense of reality. [Read More]
Commentary: Innocent kids don't care about having gay role models Commentary: Innocent kids don't care about having gay role models
12 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
Like most Catholic-schooled girls who grew up in the 1970s, I learned about sex (including where it was done, how it was done, to whom it was done and if, in fact, it was done) by reading several dog-eared Jacqueline Susann novels. [Read More]
Commentary: This gal's not swayed by Hillary Clinton's gender Commentary: This gal's not swayed by Hillary Clinton's gender
14 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
You know what I really resent? I resent it when someone tells me I should vote for, or support, or give a pass to someone because it will be a “historic moment.” [Read More]
Commentary: For the Trump family, Daddy Donald knows best Commentary: For the Trump family, Daddy Donald knows best
15 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
There is no way to avoid sounding like a Trump supporter with this column. I’ve already been accused of going over to the dark side by defending The Donald against accusations that he wanted to imprison women who had abortions and that he cheered on a campaign manager prone to domestic violence. [Read More]
Commentary: Falling in love with Villanova all over again Commentary: Falling in love with Villanova all over again
16 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
The first time I felt it, I was a first-year law student desperately trying to figure out why she was getting bottom-basement grades when she’d been on the honor roll most of her pampered life. It was three quarters into a difficult academic year, and I was almost ready to call it quits. [Read More]
Commentary: Donald Trump's bad, but he's no woman-beater Commentary: Donald Trump's bad, but he's no woman-beater
17 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
It’s no secret I detest Donald Trump. I don’t particularly hate the man himself, because it takes too much energy and effort to become enraged at people I don’t know personally and will likely never meet when there are more than enough humans in my immediate orbit who fit the bill. [Read More]
Commentary: This Easter, the fight for religious freedom continues Commentary: This Easter, the fight for religious freedom continues
18 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
Sometimes, God speaks softly. He shows you the magnificence of his glory in the mewling of a newborn child, eyes still closed against the world but lungs fully operational. [Read More]
Commentary: Duke lacrosse scandal ushered in new era of accusations Commentary: Duke lacrosse scandal ushered in new era of accusations
19 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
It’s been a long time since I’ve written about the 2006 version of the Scottsboro Nine. About a decade ago, I had occasion to knock out a column about them every few months, both during and after the investigation. The case, like Nosferatu, refused to die. [Read More]
Commentary: Boy-abusing women no different than girl-abusing men Commentary: Boy-abusing women no different than girl-abusing men
20 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
Life is unpredictable. Just ask Hillary Clinton. I mean, you wake up Tuesday morning planning to give a big electoral hug to Michigan, and you go to bed not caring if arsenic starts flowing through the tap water in Flint. You just never know how the day is going to pan out, so to speak. [Read More]
Commentary: Campaign shows we remain on the 'Eve of Destruction' Commentary: Campaign shows we remain on the 'Eve of Destruction'
21 weeks ago - - CHRISTINE FLOWERS
I woke up on Wednesday morning with a song going through my head: “The Eve of Destruction.” It bounced around in the echo chamber between my ears as I brushed and flossed, as I ironed my blouse, as I coaxed my hair into a semblance of order. [Read More]
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