An energized group of business women, mothers and daughters nationwide has created a new media website to challenge the status quo and the idea that the media and government bureaucrats know what’s best for us in our daily lives.
WHY WE’RE HERE
ThoughtfulWomen.org analyzes the role of government in our daily lives and offers a place for collaboration and fun.
As a new media platform for civic engagement, ThoughtfulWomen.org provides compelling commentary and aggregated news on issues that affect all of us as mothers, daughters, wives, and working women.
The ThoughtfulWomen.org website is a safe place for women of all ages, backgrounds, political persuasions, and interests to engage in considerate discussion with women, by women, for women. We welcome differing points of view and respect the right of each woman to express her own opinion.
We make no distinction if you are rich or poor, politically correct or not. We value your real life experience no matter where you started, where you are now, or what goals you are working toward that make you unique.
Sometimes we will divert from our political talk to share recipes, celebrity commentary, health and wellness tips, videos and topical discussions on work-life balance, flexibility and relationships – things we care about as women.
WHY WE CARE
At ThoughtfulWomen.org, we believe in open public debate, quality journalism, and reporting the facts. Each day, we actively collect news items that peak your interests and publish original articles by real women who offer a fresh perspective on the issues of the day.
Unlike “Inside the Washington Beltway” pundits who talk at you and tell you what to think, we are real women in the real world who offer discussions. We want to talk with you and hear what you have to say.
Take a moment to review our Discussion Guidelines. We do our best to provide a respectful, safe media site to connect, discuss, inspire, and act. Take a moment to offer your comments!
Thoughtful Women is a project of the non-profit The Western Center for Journalism.