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Gia Commodore

Gia Grace Commodore is a writer, photographer, outdoor explorer and the senior editor for GrowTheHeckUp. Most importantly, she’s a Mom to 7, striving to promote virtue, modesty, & healthy Christ-centered relationships.

Why I Stopped Taking Selfies

I used to love taking pictures of myself when I thought I looked particularly good, or when I would go to an event, that was a good excuse to take a selfie. Shoot, any day I had makeup on was a good day to take a selfie! When I was …

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Modesty Is A Gift: A Sincere Message to Women from Men (Video)

It isn’t often we hear from men pleading to women to dress modestly. In fact, it isn’t common to hear messages on modesty, period. But when these messages hit the ‘net, oh boy, watch out. There is this new movement I have noticed where everyone wants to relieve women of their responsibility …

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Which Presidential Candidate Do You Side With? You May Be Surprised (Quiz)

Will you be voting in this year’s election? If so, do you know who you’re voting for? We thought we’d have a little fun and put up a political quiz for you to take to see which candidates best match your political beliefs. The results may actually surprise you! The …

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Dark-Skinned Women in America – One Woman’s Journey

A few weeks ago, one of our writers, Charles Russell shared the following photo with all of us at GTHU which he felt was very offensive, as we all did: This picture had been shared on Facebook by an African woman, making an already demoralizing perception even more disturbing. See, what many people don’t …

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Hot Mic Caught Trump’s Sexually Lewd Comments About Women

The Internet is on fire right now with #TrumpTapes trending on Twitter. If you haven’t yet heard, hot mic audio from 2005 was just released of Trump making very sexually explicit statements about women. The following are some of his quotes. Please be warned that the language is explicit and may offend …

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Black Lives Matter to Ben & Jerry’s

It’s not very often we see corporations publicly taking a stand against racial injustices such as Ben & Jerry’s have on their website. This is what they had to say: Why Black lives matter. Black lives matter. They matter because they are children, brothers, sisters, mothers, and fathers. They matter …

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Michelle Alexander Walks Away From Law to Teach and Study at Seminary

We recently published an article heavily influenced by one of our country’s foremost intellectuals who is also a civil rights activist, author of The New Jim Crow, and associate professor of law, Michelle Alexander. Last night, Michelle Alexander announced on her Facebook page that she has decided to walk away from law which has …

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Pamela Anderson’s New Anti-Porn Campaign?

What, exactly, is pornography? por·nog·ra·phy pôrˈnäɡrəfē/ noun printed or visual material containing the explicit description or display of sexual organs or activity, intended to stimulate erotic rather than aesthetic or emotional feelings. The definition of pornography makes most viewers of television and movies consumers of porn. I often ask people …

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