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On Being a Woman in Lesotho

Before I left for Lesotho, someone told me, “If I was a woman in Lesotho, I would hate men”.

I have come to understand this statement through glimpses into Basotho culture: 768 more words

One Mind at a Time

I try to be on the lookout for chances to react to blogs, knowing (as Bill Ferriter has pointed out on more than one occasion) that one of the highest compliments I can pay a blogger is to leave a comment or even write a whole new blog in reaction, thus showing how much of an impression they’ve left on me. 757 more words

On Education

espnW Coverage is Spot-On: Ray Rice, NFL & Gendered Violence

Canada isn’t known for being a football (ie. gridiron football) fanatic country. We have the CFL (Canadian Football League), which has been operating since 1861! And then there is the… 221 more words

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Girl children and their education

This post is a part of the #Selfies4School blogathon hosted by the site Breakthrough. Breakthrough is a global human rights organization which is working to make violence and discrimination against women and girls unacceptable. 1,403 more words

Gender Equity

Women and Labour

Today is Labour Day!

We’re taking a look at why as we fight for gender equity we also need to fight for workers rights as well. 267 more words

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