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Tolerance of Intolerance

Lot of discussion these days about confederate flags and anti-homosexuality being protected under the First Amendment, they are, but that’s not to say we don’t have a social and cultural responsibility to let these people know this is unacceptable. 477 more words


"No" Is Supposed To Mean No

Sadly the following quote is still in 2015 an accurate statement of women’s position in the world. This position includes everything from the most trivial to the most atrocious. 15 more words

Wisdom And Quotes

Mothers as Nurturers

“To be a righteous woman is a glorious thing in any age.  To be a righteous woman during the winding up scenes on this earth, before the second coming of our Savior, is an especially noble calling.  1,722 more words

‘I don’t need feminism’

The thing that irritates me to no end is when I hear a female say, ‘ I do not need feminism.’. A large demographic of the female gender is still fighting to receive the same rights that our opposite gender was born into; there are girls all around the world who haven’t been given the choice of education; who have been married off at the most convenient age; who are traded, taken, used,abused. 1,055 more words


A Matter of Equality

I know this subject is incredibly personal and highly volatile and I’m probably asking for a ton of hate mail, but here’s how I see the whole issue… from the POV of devil’s advocate. 1,255 more words

Marriage Equality

To Those Of You Combating Facebook's Attempt At Supporting Marriage Equality With An American Flag:


You may be annoyed with the recent FB trend of putting a rainbow flag over profile pictures, but guess what? I bet it was pretty annoying to not be able to legally marry another human because until last Friday, America had a stick up its traditional ass. 163 more words


Reflecting on Gay Rights

I’m thrilled about the US Supreme Court’s decision on June 26th to legalize gay marriage in all 50 states. While I was in China, I was reflecting on various countries and their positions on gay rights. 184 more words