Farrah Alexander

Farrah Alexander is an American writer who is currently a columnist for the magazine Extol, and has contributed to the Huffington Post, and Scary Mommy. She founded the website and blog fortheloveofwineandcoffee.com
In 2016, she drew attention and controversy for her views regarding intellectual giftedness in an op-ed published in the Huffington Post titled "Maybe My Child Is Gifted. Maybe Not. Maybe It Doesn’t Matter." Popular science writer and American psychologist Scott Barry Kaufman wrote about Alexander and the giftedness debate in Scientific American in a blog post titled "Does Giftedness Matter?"
Her essay "How My Journey To Find God Brought Me To A Synagogue" was originally published in the Huffington Post and has been re-published by hundreds of synagogues in the United States.
Alexander participated in the 2017 Women's March.
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