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Women's Life

Makana Shook, editor

 

Mind, body, soul—the art of belly dancing

The oriental dance, or belly dance, originated in the Middle East about the 14th century BCE. Despite beliefs that the dance was used as a way for women to seduce their sultan, belly dancing was created by women for women, and was used at such celebrations of femininity such as births and weddings.[More]


Malia DeLa Penia and the Belly Dancers In Paradise Dance Company.

Photos courtesy Malia DeLa Penia

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Aging monologues:
real stories by real women

Wrinkles, crow’s feet, and gray hair are synonymous with growing old. Some women flock to doctors for Botox, a wrinkle-eliminating protein injected under the skin, simply to rid themselves of these signs of aging. [More]


Photo illustration by Cherie Lee

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