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Julia Ward Howe


Well-education as a child partly through parental indulgence and partly through luck, Julia Ward Howe was a well-read and intelligent woman whose early taste of learning would propel her toward many social activism and literary endeavors. 233 more words

Women's Rights

Gail Laughlin


Gail Laughlin was a highly educated, compassionate woman who advocated for the rights of workers, women, and traditionally disadvantaged people. Inspired by her own mother’s struggle to provide for her family as a widowed woman, Gail was careful to obtain a good education and ambitious when it came to building a career. 214 more words

Women's Rights

A different view on Suffrage (Hongkong Protest 2014)

DISCLAIMER: There are inappropriate words to exaggerate emotions, and nothing personal. So if you are a feeble-minded person. Fuck off! Opinions and comments are welcome, its an entertainment for me reading random thoughts. 767 more words

Commentaries

Go Back to Your Twitter and Shut It!

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It’s the same reason why young women on juries are not a good idea. They don’t get it!- Kimberly Guilfoyle

Fox News is trying new tactics to get Republican votes, if by “new” you envision degrading all young women to mindless superficial human beings.

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America

Women’s Vote

This is a short story by a Turkish writer, Saki, in my words.

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Once during election time, a Turkish minister visited the vizier. He spoke about many subjects and finally breached the main topic of his visit. 270 more words

Famous Persons

Vote for sale !

In 2006, the then major opposition party, DMK in Tamil Nadu promised to give voters – free Television sets if elected to power in State and much to the surprise of their political opponents and critics, they won. 786 more words

DReAmS

Has feminism had it's day?

The first thing to point out here is that my opinion isn’t necessary here to understand the relevance of this question. What I mean by this, is you need to look at a collective opinion to see whether this feminist movement is redundant or relevant. 388 more words

Feminism