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Perspective

by Olivia Pintair

As Gloria Steinem once said, “The first problem for all of us, men and women, is not to learn but to unlearn.” 429 more words

Where does being socially responsible start and fearing the judgement of everyone end.

First of all hello, and hopefully I might be back for a while now, I fell off the blogging bandwagon for a while. This may signify my return, I might write a post about my absence at some point. 952 more words

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Random Thoughts from the Punk DIY kitchen, 2/1/2015

This past week I overhead a group of women who were discussing why a certain other woman was changing her last name when she entered marriage with her husband.  268 more words

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Father's rights

I am going to start publishing again and this is by way of a transition blog. My son Nathan was born at the beginning of December. 385 more words

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Malignant Meninists: Why we can’t achieve gender equality without white, middle class men mocking everything

There is a line. It has been crossed.

Time and time again, I have been unfortunate enough to witness an account devoted to ‘Meninist’ ideologies being re-tweeted onto my timeline. 685 more words

Rant

Flexible work arrangements

For a lot of my working life, I have worked in the male dominated area of horticulture. This meant that at various points I experienced a lot of macho bullshit, endless discussions of sports that I still don’t understand, frankly disturbing names for female genitalia and a lot of advice about my driving. 822 more words

Malignant Meninists: Why we can't achieve gender equality without white, middle class men mocking everything

There is a line. It has been crossed.

Time and time again, I have been unfortunate enough to witness an account devoted to ‘Meninist’ ideologies being re-tweeted onto my timeline. 685 more words

Feminism