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Poetry (Day 240): Summer


Taste of freedom.
School is done.
Twelve years old.
Chewing gum.

New bike.
Down hill run.
Tyres roll.
Quiet hum.

Cool breeze.
Bright sun. 7 more words


I'm No Longer a Slave to Fear.

For as long as I can remember, I’veĀ been a slaveĀ fear and anxiety.

As a kid, I would worry at night that someone was gonna break into our house. 656 more words

Meet the man paying off burqini fines in France

Businessman Rachid Nekkaz. Photo: AFP

Published: 22 Aug 2016 16:24 GMT+02:00

A businessman has been picking up the tabs for the women caught wearing burqinis on French beaches, and tells The Local he’ll keep “fighting to the death” for freedom. 408 more words


For thirty four years that i remained married to your dad, i carried a surface injury in my heart that he constantly pricked but being a woman has only thought me to smile through those pains.

837 more words

School Uniform

Should schools have uniforms, or should students be permitted to wear their personal clothes to school?

We were all students, and we are all aware of the many burdens teenagers carry with them. 836 more words


Mr. Christian, You Are Such A Failure!

Voices condemned you, war against you from the inside. It tells you that you don’t deserved to be called a disciple of Christ.

You’ve done too many bad things, played the hypocrite, bathe in the comfort of indulgence. 75 more words


Burkini Ban: How an Innocent Pun Became Another Way to Erase Muslim Women

The burkini.

One of the greatest inventions of our time; an active attempt by Muslims to integrate into society by allowing Muslim women to spend time on public beaches while being dressed in a way that makes them comfortable. 552 more words