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Patriarchy is not misogyny

Since the 1980s scores of literature has been produced for recognition of women’s rights. These rights on a closer look tell us that they are not women’s rights but just the human rights of women. 930 more words

Family

THE MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS

Fifteen years ago, the United Nations decided to mark the new millennium with a series of targets aimed at improving the lives of the world’s poorest people.   144 more words

Culture

International Women's Day 2015

On Sunday 8th March millions of people across the globe came together to celebrate women and raise awareness of gender inequality. International Women’s Day (IWD) is a time to reflect on all the injustices of the world and the facet of issues that primarily women endure.   270 more words

Life

Man v/s Woman

Yesterday, I had published an article explaining why I felt Magcomm’s #DontMancriminate fell flat on its face. It brought out a much-needed discussion on the way men are treated in society. 1,251 more words

Musing

30 Day Challenge: Day 4.

Day 4: My Views on Religion.

I must admit, I don’t ‘follow’ a Religion. I never have and I’ve never been taught to follow one!  I was christened as a child and I will Christen my daughter, I think its become more of a tradition that solefully following the Religion. 242 more words

Life

"Toughest Sheriff in America," Joe Arpaio, Speaks at Rally to Supporters and Counter-Protestors

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By Reuben Schafir

Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, known as the ‘Toughest Sheriff in America,” spoke on the steps of the Oregon Capitol Building at rally hosted by the Oregon Republican Party Saturday. 281 more words

Oregon

On being a Mormon Straight Ally

While I don’t know that it is necessary for me to defend my viewpoint, I do believe that better understanding fosters better discussion. So here is an explanation of the path that led me to be an LDS straight ally. 1,022 more words

Ally