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Margaret Atwood - Alias Grace (1996)

Alias Grace is somewhat of a departure from Atwood’s usual style, being based on a historical murder trial. It is a novel that hinges entirely on the unknown. 685 more words

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Feminist Advertising in the Always #likeagirl Campaign

For the most part of the history of feminine hygiene products, men have been at the head of marketing strategy and business development. This, as this… 537 more words


"I Deserved being Punched" - Woman Outsmarts Dr. Phil

On October 1 there was a 20-year-old woman named Reeve on the Dr. Phil show who I consider to be sort of beautiful. Reeve is engaged to 30-year-old David, which I consider to be a very healthy age difference, as women more than anything like to look up to and be impressed by the men in their lives, and having an older husband accomplishes such thing. 449 more words


A Reminder for the Left: No One is Free Until All Women Are Free

On Friday, September 25th, 1200 people gathered at St. Andrew’s-Wesley United Church in Vancouver to hear three preeminent speakers discuss socialism, oppression, and rebellion. The event, a roaring success – packed to the gills with local Lefties, desperate for change – was organized by Vancouver Rape Relief & Women’s Shelter (VRR) and Asian Women Coalition Ending Prostitution (AWCEP), with proceeds from ticket sales going to support their work helping women escape male violence and fighting for women’s liberation. 895 more words

New study: adopted kids struggle, even with well-educated, wealthy parents

I’ll explain why I am posting this below, but for now, let’s take a look at the study, which is discussed at Family Studies. (H/T Brad Wilcox tweet) 1,134 more words


To The Boys In My 8 a.m.

Every Tuesday and Thursday morning my alarm blares as I groggily fumble around looking for my iPhone, squinting at the bright screen in search of the snooze button. 887 more words