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Past Imperfect - #408

Terry paused, fully aware of which bathroom was more self-identifying, but trying to remember what state this was and whether or not there were any insipid rules created by local politicians who couldn’t care less about some of their constituents. 644 more words


The Professor and the Madman from a Feminist Perspective

Works Cited

Fawcett. “Equality. It’s about Time.” Fawcett. Fawcett, 2016. Web. 20 July 2017. <https://www.fawcettsociety.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/01/Equality-its-about-time-1866-2016-timeline-FINAL.pdf&gt;.

Hughes, Kathryn. “Gender Roles in the 19th Century.” The British Library. 41 more words

A Dose of Reality

“Thinking something does not make it true. Wanting something does not make it real.”
― Michelle Hodkin

I’ve seen the above image circulating for a while on various social media platforms, and while the sentiment of the image is uplifting, the reality is it’s simply not true. 593 more words

On Bad Writing

Everyone who knows me knows that I am an avid reader; my nose is almost always in a book whenever I have a spare moment, and even when I really don’t. 1,864 more words

Let's Talk Feminism

One of my best friends saw my bullet journal today, and noticed that in capital letters on the front cover it reads “FEMINIST!”, because I am, a feminist. 1,249 more words


The EU has cut race and ethnicity out of its plans for staff diversity

There is a glaring omission in the European Commission’s bid to be more diverse.

While the Commission has taken concrete steps to ensure there are more women in management positions, buildings are accessible to disabled staff, and that there is more awareness of the needs of LGBT and older staff members, the Commission’s “ 466 more words