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Aristophanes' comedy, Lysistrata,
performed in Athens in 411 BC, is about one woman's leadership in ending the Peloponnesian War. Her strategy? To persuade the women of Greece to withhold sex from their husbands and lovers in order to force them into negotiating peace. Ultimately, both sexes are inflamed by the sex strike and Lysistrata must negotiate multiple problems as she carries out her mission.
This is how the character of Lysistrata looks through my eyes:
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March 4, 2014
A Memoir To Make Your Own
I’ve been a freelance travel writer for more than a decade. Still, I rarely travel solo. I am usually with my husband. Or the kids. Or both. Until now.
In preparation for an upcoming solo voyage, I read Barbara McNally’s memoir, “Unbridled.” I flew through this book and it left me with inspiration to try new experiences, be open to new adventures and, in general, live a more laid back life.