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Why I March

On Saturday I had the privilege of gathering in Louisville with 5,000 other activists to rally in solidarity with the Women’s March on Washington and the global protest for women’s rights. 712 more words


Carrying The Feminine Mystique in my purse (I'm baaaaaaack)

In light of recent events, I have felt compelled to begin writing once again.

A decent amount of things have changed since I last wrote about my feelings, opinions, or insights of the surrounding world- specifically those regarding feminism and women’s rights. 453 more words


Women March On Washington

Americans and citizens around the world  are marching tomorrow to challenge Trump’s administration.

We are here and we are watching.

One day after Donald Trumps  inauguration, the  Women’s March on Washington will bring hundreds of thousands to the capital to “demand protection of our rights our safety our health and our families.” 195 more words

American Way

MARE & Oceans Past: Proposal for gender panel

For the 2017 MARE Conference 2017 (People & the Sea IXDealing with Maritime Mobilities), Katia Frangoudes and colleagues propose a panel – are you interested in taking part? 391 more words


View from Turkey: Whether secular or traditional, hegemonic masculinity still exists in societies


Illustration by Necmettin Asma

Hegemonic masculinity continues to remain a chronic dogma within societies regardless of being secular or traditional. Thus studies have a lot to overcome…

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The Muslim Times

The Doom of Perfection

In the dark hours before morning, on a cold wintry day, a silence hovered tensely in the king’s palace. The queen had given birth to a child. 653 more words


Not to stereotype genders, but...

… these cartoons are pretty accurate, ha-ha!

Just one example here to follow up on the earlier toilet related blog posts here, but check out the rest on https://brightside.me/article/men-women-we-are-so-different-64555/