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Andreea Nica
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Andreea Nica is a freelance writer, media strategist, and egalitarian. She writes for Sociologists for Women in Society, Feminism and Religion, Apartments.com, amongst other top-profile online platforms. She is a featured expert on SheSource, Women's Media Center, and the Founder of OrganiCommunications, a consultancy that empowers organizations and enterprises in their content development and media strategy ventures. Currently, she is writing a narrative nonfiction on her transition from the Pentecostal sect. She holds a M.S. from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and a B.A. in Psychology from Northern Arizona University. You can find Andreea hiking throughout the Pacific Northwest with her better half and kitty. Follow her @integratedcom and connect on LinkedIn.

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Lessons Learned from the Atheist Alliance of America Convention

(0) Comments | Posted August 18, 2014 | 9:27 AM

The Atheist Alliance of America National Convention 2014 held earlier this month in Seattle, Washington granted me the opportunity to interview, converse with, and listen to renowned speakers, comedians, and influencers in the atheist movement including the likes of David Fitzgerald, Dr. Steven Pinker, Dr. Rebecca Goldstein, Richard...

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How a Feminist Lens Failed Me

(0) Comments | Posted June 13, 2014 | 10:57 AM

Recently, a landmark of the lesbian community in London closed due to its lease expiring and rent price increasing by half, after being alive and well since 1996.

A native of the United States, I went to England for graduate school receiving my Master's in gender &...

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Redefining Spirituality, One Church for All

(5) Comments | Posted June 11, 2014 | 7:16 PM

As a former lover of Christ and ex-Pentecostalist, I had countless visions and dreams that one day I would be a spiritual leader. While growing up in the charismatic church, it was even prophesied that one day I would become one.

Nearly 10 years after leaving the church, I carried...

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25,000 Women: How Teenage Texting Can Change a Woman's Life in a Developing Country

(1) Comments | Posted August 10, 2013 | 9:20 AM

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DoSomething.org

The world of entrepreneurship can be a challenging career path in western society, but when you focus on female entrepreneurship in developing countries, the opportunities are finite. I recently came across a new campaign, 25,000 Women, that connect teenagers to...

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Democracy Wanted: Media Effects on Celebrity Icons Creates Social Regression

(1) Comments | Posted July 14, 2013 | 7:27 PM

When it comes to mainstream music, my quest to find meaning in lyrics has proven futile. In general, mass media seems to discourage creativity, intellect and wit when it comes to producing meaningful messages and visual appeal.

Deconstructing music videos and lyrics has become one of my favorite pastimes....

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Relationships: It's a Matter of Choice

(11) Comments | Posted June 27, 2013 | 4:22 PM

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Joseph F. Smith: Polygamous Family

Any relationship construct has the ability to create an oppressive environment. Whether the construct identifies as monogamous, polyamorous, polygamous, polyandrous or any other relational form, abuse can exist within each and every one of these relationships.

Monogamy...

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Happy Father's Day: Polygamists

(5) Comments | Posted June 16, 2013 | 3:00 PM

Modern polygamist families are creating a social shift in society. Reality shows like Sister Wives and Polygamy, USA have led to a better understanding of this lifestyle choice. At the very least, the revealing of their relational dynamic under public scrutiny, has shed light on the...

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More Is Merrier When it Comes to Relationships

(28) Comments | Posted June 10, 2013 | 3:09 PM

Monogamous relationships can get so monotonous. I always had a fascination with having more than one partner, specifically in an environment where all parties are aware and accepting of the situation. Much of my time these days is spent researching the relational constructs of multi-partner relationships. From watching

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