Ellen Snortland


Stories by Ellen Snortland

The stupidest 'ism'

To partake in ageism is to lay the foundation for your own irrelevancy 

Author Ellen Snortland Date 04/24/2014
Where are the women?

Why we must include half the world’s population in accounts of human existence

Author Ellen Snortland Date 03/11/2014
'The Big Fat Crisis'

How bad food is killing good people

Author Ellen Snortland Date 02/05/2014
Happy Heretical Holidays

In search of more inclusive ways to celebrate the Yuletide season

Author Ellen Snortland Date 12/04/2013
'Yoo-hoo, we're here!'

Take the pledge to stand up for older and largely invisible women

Author Ellen Snortland Date 11/13/2013
On the shoulders of women

The women's rights movement is the most important revolution we forgot

Author Ellen Snortland Date 10/02/2013
The real deal

Valerie Harper was an inspiration to baby boomers struggling with image

Author Ellen Snortland Date 08/26/2013
The Bechdel Test

A new generation of writers see female stories as important, relatable and entertaining

Author Ellen Snortland Date 07/10/2013
The 'F' word

The recent surge in public male feminism is bittersweet

Author Ellen Snortland Date 05/30/2013
Hello, my name is ...

Recovering ‘patri-holics’ can be men as well as women

Author Ellen Snortland Date 05/02/2013
'An Unquenchable Thirst'

Ex-nun shares her heart out about life in Mother Teresa’s Missionaries of Charity

Author Ellen Snortland Date 03/14/2013
Women Warriors

The right to fight has itself been a well-fought battle

Author Ellen Snortland Date 02/07/2013
Something's fishy in California

Proposition 33 is another attempt to circumvent the insurance reforms of Proposition 103

Author Ellen Snortland Date 10/18/2012
Art for everyone's sake

Porticos Art Space at St. James Methodist Church embodies a progressive and holistic vision

Author Ellen Snortland Date 09/24/2012
Thinking globally, acting locally

Time to boycott and 'girlcott' Wal-Mart in Altadena

Author Ellen Snortland Date 09/11/2012