2013 in review

The WordPress.com stats people prepared a 2013 annual report for this blog.  Happy New Year to you and thank you for visiting.

Here’s an excerpt:

The Louvre Museum has 8.5 million visitors per year. This blog was viewed about 230,000 times in 2013. If it were an exhibit at the Louvre Museum, it would take about 10 days for that many people to see it.

Click here to see the complete report.


    • Thank you Chrissy! If it weren’t for the commenters from the old Blogcritics this site wouldn’t be here, so thank you for that too. I hope you have been having a great holiday and cheers to us all for 2014!

    • Yeah, I’m glad so many people see things from this site. It can be pretty hard to have that many conversations on this type of subhect.

      By-the-way: I was wondering how someone might summarize this type of situation if one were having a quick conversation/argument? I’m pretty clear on how to talk about this topic in depth, but I’m running into snags for general reference. I guess you can’t really reference something that not everyone is familiar with & a lot of this information isn’t common knowledge.

  1. Yes, you’re doing an amazing thing for all women, Sue, whether they realize it or not. Thank goodness for computer savvy people who are also, concerned about the medical abuse so many women face…from coercion to one-sided presentations of screening.
    It’s time to start treating women like competent adults, and it’s sites like this that will educate and empower women to demand legal/fair, respectful and ethical treatment from the medical profession. I can feel change…thanks to the 2 or 3 websites dedicated to this subject, more women are reading along, asking questions, challenging the system and making informed decisions.
    That makes me very happy.
    Happy new year everyone….look forward to many more great discussions this year.

    • It’s only 2 or 3? That’s a shame, but maybe other people can start up their own sites. I’m very suprised it’s not tacked onto those generic feminism/women’s rights type of sites, but it also seems like a lot of them are cut from the same cloth- just in women’s measurements.

    • Elizabeth thank you! If not for finding one of your beautiful informative comments on a forum that got me searching for more of the truth, I never would have found the old Blogcritics in the first place. I am so grateful for what you do. I feel change too, it’s a wonderful thing. More women are waking up!

  2. Happy New Year Sue!
    Thank you for all the work you are doing for the sake of women’s freedom, health and happiness!

    • Thank you right back Alice! We’ve gotten into some fine hijinks in 2013:) Reached over 180 countries, set some records straight. Here’s hoping 2014 will bring even more of the same!

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