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Society, Cultural Norms, and the Application of the Law

Is the Commutation of the Original Sentence for Cyntoia Brown Appropriate? By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group The case of Cyntoia Brown, the young teenage prostitute who murdered Nashville native Johnny Allen, has become the cause of the day for various celebrities. While some feel that her original sentence of fifty-one years to life […]

Fairy Tales, Feminism, and Their Effect Upon Women

Are Fairy Tales Harmful, Or Do They Have A Productive Place In Modern Society? By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group People have always had a fascination with fairy tales. To this day, they are still being reimagined in the general public’s imagination. The likes of Cinderella, Snow White, and Sleeping Beauty continue to inspire […]

Eileen Padberg, The Republican Party, And Its Relationship with Women

Why One Prominent Republican Finally Decided to Leave It By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group It has been hard for Eileen Padberg as a long-standing Republican and a woman. Incessantly questioned by her female friends and co-workers over the years for her political activism, Eileen nevertheless held firm. A believer in individual rights and […]

Suicide, Society, and Varying Degrees of Perception

Is Suicide a Sin, a Crime, a Symptom or a Right? By Katherine Fry, CEO/President Mediafy Communications Group Children in the United States are taught early on, that suicide is unacceptable. In school, they are taught that it is a symptom of mental illness. In church, they are taught that it is a sin against […]

Mary Boleyn, Contemporary Working Women, and The Rise of the Underdog

Mary Boleyn, Contemporary Working Women, and The Rise of the Underdog By Katherine Fry, CEO/President of Mediafy Communications Group During the reign of Henry VIII, Queen Anne Boleyn reigned supreme, while her sister Mary suffered banishment from the royal court. Mary, formerly the King’s mistress and mother to two of his children, betrothed a low-level […]

Emotions in the Workplace. Is there A Place For Them?

Emotions in the Workplace. Is there A Place For Them? By Katherine Fry, CEO/President of Mediafy Communications Group Before the advent of WWII, men comprised the majority of the workforce. These men encompassed the backbone of industry in America, and represented what we call today “men’s men.” Individuals such as these lived by the unspoken […]

Press Release

Mediafy Communications Group in Chattanooga, TN announces the appointment of Jordan Moses as Social Media Manager. Formerly a chemistry major from UTC, Jordan is a passionate expert in social media and all things gaming. Originally hailing from Asheville, North Carolina, Jordan is enthusiastically welcomed by the Mediafy team! Welcome, Jordan!

What is Family?

What is Family? By Katherine Fry, CEO/President of Mediafy Communications Group Across the United States this week, families convened for dinner in celebration of Thanksgiving. Individuals who had not seen each other for days, months, and sometimes years, sat together and ate turkey, in commemoration of the meal celebrated between the Indians and Pilgrims. As […]

Heroes Through a Modern Filter

By Katherine Fry, CEO/President of Mediafy Communications Group The heroes of yesterday were rugged, unforgiving, and victorious. The majority of early leaders got to their positions of power by whatever means necessary. They were outspoken, abrasive, and even violent, but during that day and age, those qualities were revered. Those were the qualities successful men […]