Holly has an extensive background in the study of women's issues, going back over 15 years. In her bachelor's and master's programs in college, she studied the history of women in many regions and periods of time. She minored in women's studies, but continued that education into graduate school. For well over a decade, she has been active in women's activist groups and non-profits that serve marginalized women, as well as organizations that focus on improving the lives of girls worldwide. As a result of her work and study, she has written thousands of articles and blog posts about concerns related to women. As a mother of young children, her primary focus at the moment finds her writing about sex-positive motherhood and feminism, concerned with local and national legislation that helps women balance work, family and their individual aspirations. In the recent past, she has also studied and written about transnational feminism, abortion and family planning, and feminist philosophy. Her wit and humor, as well as her dedication to reasonable discourse, makes her an ideal candidate to elaborate on the most academic and dry issues concerning women today.