About the Crusade

Founded in 2009, “The Two Woman Crusade,” (aka 2WC) started out as a kind of writing experiment.  In need of a creative outlet, two writers, sisters, and soon to be blogging crusaders set out to take on the world…one blog at a time.

What is our crusade?

It’s a question that’s been asked many times; both by others and by the Crusaders.

Well, our name “The Two Woman Crusade” draws its inspiration from and serves as an homage to the original “One Man Crusade to Restore Civility to Modern Day Driving” started by our father years ago.

But our actual crusade, our purpose, our raison d’être, if you will, is ever evolving.

We both love film, theater, books, television, current events, sports, random “scientific” studies, the Muppets, running, and about a zillion other things. You can check out what we’re currently devoted to here (for Stephanie) and here (for Zer), and learn about each of the Crusaders here:

About Stephanie

About Zer

At our heart we crusade for awareness, thinking outside the box, and always having a sense of humor.

We hope that you enjoy reading our four cents on anything and everything. Please feel free to comment, like, follow and/or visit our contact page. In addition to our mile-long list of interests, we also love hearing from our fellow crusaders.

Thank you for visiting and please come back soon to join us in our crusade to…

14 Comments Add yours

  1. Laurie Blanner says:

    Love reading your stuff!


  2. Uncle Fuzzy says:

    Your father sounds like a man wise beyond his years. I shall meet this crusader someday … and shake his hand.


  3. Dad says:

    Uncle Fuzzy sounds like a man with a 16-year old to me…


  4. Dad says:

    I like the evolution of the crusade and look forward to following it for many years to come…


  5. Paul says:

    Are you consider writing about Susan B. Komen’s slithery (nee abortive) attempt to stop sending funding to Planned Parenthood?


    1. The2Women says:



  6. Hello Ladies! Just came across your blog. Looks like great stuff! Looking forward to seeing more. Keep up the great work 🙂


  7. Brian Fane says:

    If you liked Adam Fane in “Rock of Ages” in Chicago you might enjoy him in “Aspects of Love” at Theo Ubique.


  8. napperscompanion says:

    “Thinking outside the box!” Thanks for being in that tribe. Peace, John


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