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Feminism in the Forest: Lessens we can learn from our ape cousins.

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, two closely related species of apes have set up home in the trees surrounding the picturesque Congo River. Although they are cousins and share many anatomical similarities, their social lives are immensely different. 1,056 more words

Animal Behaviour

FOOD FOR THOUGHT

SOCIAL IDIOCY!

“The trouble is that, for women, being “nice” often translates into putting up with things we should never put up with. How many times has some creep sat uncomfortably close to me on the bus and stared me down, yet I’m too afraid to just get up and move, lest I offend him? 334 more words

Thoughts

A Model for Biblical Masculinity

At our church, we are about to begin a new quarterly time for men to get together and pursue God’s vision for Biblical masculinity, so I’ve been thinking a lot about this topic.  1,201 more words

Should Stay-At-Home Moms Be Banned?

Last week, feminist author  Sarrah Le Marquand  made headlines when she reinvigorated a debate over motherhood. She went beyond the traditional fight for paid maternity leave. 744 more words

Apologetics

Book recommendation: Captivating

Do you ever feel that you are “too much” and “not what you should be”?

The non-fiction book that has probably impacted me the most is this book… 682 more words

Godly Perspective

Gender Identity and Participation in Rural Community Based Leisure

By Tamsin F.

Think back to the prominent leisure activities individuals engaged in within your home community. If you lived in a rural setting, it is likely that the choices that were available in terms of leisure activities were a lot more limited than what would be offered in an urban setting. 700 more words

Women And Sport