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A Letter To Barnard

By Rachael Severino

Dear Dean Hinkson,

I am writing to you today to explain why I will not be applying to Barnard College for my Bachelor’s degree this fall. 1,054 more words


Men And Women : Gender profiling rampant still !

Gender profiling can be defined as the use of personal characteristics or behavior patterns to make generalisations about a person, based on ones gender. Its starts happening very early on, we are knowingly and unknowingly subjected to it as children and then we learn to accept or do it ourselves. 221 more words


The Model-Mistress-Muse Paradigm: Henrietta Moraes

On the 22nd of May 1931, British model, muse and memoirist Audrey Wendy Abbott known as Henrietta Moraes was born in Simla, India, where her father was stationed in the Indian Air Force. 1,081 more words

Art History

Only you can control you. My feminism opinion.

I can only write this from the perspective of a British woman who has grown up, experienced life in the UK as part of wider western society in the 21st century… 1,158 more words

Empowering Women God's Way

If you’ve ever watched national cable news stations, you may have picked up on a destructive ideology that’s out there in our world today. While touting “women empowerment” and “gender equality”, the message that it sends is that women and girls today in our modern society, especially in the United States, are victims. 418 more words