Rebekah Kuschmider

Rebekah Kuschmider


Rebekah Kuschmider is a DC area writer with a background in non-profit management and advocacy. Her work has been seen at Babble, Scary Mommy, Huffington Post, The Mid, Redbook online, and The Broad Side. She is the creator of the blog Stay at Home Pundit and is a contributor to the upcoming book Love Her, Love Her Not: The Hillary Paradox (an anthology, SheWrites Press, Nov. 2015). You can follow her on Facebook and Twitter.

Rebekah Kuschmider Articles

Short answer: It's complicated.

Ask A Feminist: Can I Be A Feminist If I Don't Like Gay People?

Sexual orientation is not a lifestyle and gay people are not a monolith. Much as women are all individuals with different wants, needs, and preferences, so are gay people, bi people, asexual people, polyamorous people, and pansexual people (also people who present gender differently that the usual male/female binary but gender identity is a different thing than sexual orientation and will likely be the subject of a whole different essay).

Chelsea Clinton is raising awareness of the need for basic sanitary products that women face worldwide... and here in the U.S. (Image Credit: Instagram/clintonfoundation)

#RavsRadar: Chelsea Clinton Speaks Out About Challenges Underprivileged Women Face During Menstruation

Chelsea Clinton took the time to pen an eye-opening essay for Well and Good about the lack of support for girls and women during menstruation and breastfeeding.

If you've got compromising info on the prez, Gizmodo wants to know.

#RavsRadar: Gizmodo Seeks Intel Official Willing To Spill The Beans On Trump

Gizmodo is running Facebook ads targeted at employees for specific agencies, offering them a secure and anonymous way to pass along information about the inner working of the Trump Regime... Plus, they’re successfully trolling the Troll in Chief.

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Kanye Cancels Remainder Of Saint Pablo Tour After Bizarre Weekend Performances

While Kanye West fans expected to get provocative musical performances during his Saint Pablo tour, audiences this weekend got a few surprises.

"Obviously, the most important part of this story is the visual of goats in trees." (Image Credit: YouTube/Gnxtgroup)

Tree-Climbing Goats In Morocco Help Bring You Argan Oil

It’s true. There are goats in Morocco who climb argan trees, eat their fruit, and then expel the seeds so that new argan trees can grow.

Kids are on summer break from school and you know what that means: the internet is going to start nagging parents to combat brain drain.

5 Fun & Easy Ways (For Real) To Avoid Summer Brain Drain

You can avoid brain drain and make summer more educational with very little effort and a whole lot of fun. Here are a few of my ideas for keeping kids thinking.

Original Image: Aeon Flux/Paramount Pictures

These Women Defeated An Armed Robber By Pelting Him With Dildos

They unmanned a man using manhood. They dicked the dick.

This squirrel survived an alligator encounter, so there's hope everyone. (Image Credit: By - via Wikimedia Commons)

Squirrel Survives Alligator Encounter & There's Hope For Us All

We have a President musing about why the Civil War started, considering meetings with murderous despots, and preparing to sign anti-LGBTQ orders. How much are we supposed to be able to take? Because I don’t think I want to read the news any more. But in between fits of despair, we have the internet to provide us with animal videos.

"The whole thing is just so empowering and relatable and even joyful?!"

You Need To Watch This Adele Parody About Calling Congress

6 months ago, a Facebook video about calling Congress wouldn’t have been viral, but here we are. This is what we have to do.


Police Search For Passerby Heroes Who Rescued Bus Crash Victims

Before EMS could get to the scene, about a dozen people lifted the bus up and got all the passengers out to administer aid.