Carol Williams spent over seven years in the Army, worked for 20 years as an ER nurse, and has traveled worldwide as a musician. Currently living in West Virginia, her Opinion columns have been published in several regional newspapers, as well as the Baltimore Sun.
This 3rd edition of The Age of Uterine Law includes 36 articles accompanied by 38 full-color images of her artwork.
Updates on exhibits and archived articles can be located on her website, anothercarolwilliams.com
Comments from readers on the Baltimore Sun publication of “The Age of Uterine Law”
“One of the most kick-blankety-blank op-eds I've ever read.”
“Your Op-ed in the Sun is the very best expressed support for women's rights that I have read. It was strong, clear, fiery, and outraged as it should have been. It should be a rallying cry for the nation and a word anthem for Planned Parenthood which deserves our fervent support. “
“Your commentary, ‘The age of uterine law,’needs to be available and handed out as well, in every institution, community center, and republishedin every state in the union.”
“Thank you for so clearly making the case for equal rights and responsibilities for men and women; that's women and....men. This is a must-read for all people.”
“Your op-ed was brilliant. The best essay I have read in a long time.”
“Thank you so much for the article. It was sent to me from my sister, and I passed it along to some friends and family, who all feel a bit like we're living in a real-life Handmaid's Tale.”
“Keep up the good work. Perhaps my 10-year-old granddaughter will have control over