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Casey O'Leary

Casey O'Leary
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Casey O’Leary is a writer and children’s librarian. She is passionate about reading and helping children find the “perfect book.” In 2012, she fulfilled a dream by completing her master’s degree in library science from Indiana University. Casey blogs at After the Closet and is a frequent contributor to Christian Feminism Today.

Latest Posts on CFT

The Power

In her newest science fiction novel, The Power, Naomi Alderman takes the reader through a global cataclysm that disrupts normative relationships between men and women. Women develop a scane: a muscular strip across the collarbone that emits electrical power. With scane activation, women can give shocks and are able to physically overpower men.

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Dan Wilkinson’s Reflection on the 2017 Women’s March — “Dissent is...

Throughout the day waves of emotion moved through me. It felt so right to stand for justice and be a part of a fantastic movement that said, “We won’t let our country go backward. We will rise up; we will work together to ensure justice for all—not only for a select few.”