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KIKI SMITH AND PAPER: THE BODY THE MUSE, AND THE SPIRIT

KIKI SMITH AND PAPER: THE BODY THE MUSE, AND THE SPIRIT is a smart and powerful little show of drawings by the artist at Syracuse University. 113 more words

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Focusing on the Prize, Needless Distractions, and Vera

Featured image description and alt-text: a image of a box in various shades of orange wrapped in a bow in various shades of purple. Question marks in Arial font with various shades of purple surround the box in a image of a white background. 661 more words

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Get Your Own Water

My father was chief of our tribe for (too) many years and as part of him being chief, we– the women– had to welcome and serve all those who wandered into our house. 482 more words

Africa

Curse of the big bazoombas.  

‘You are so lucky to have bigger boobs; I wish mine were bigger.’

NO! No, you really don’t.

Breasts, boobs, boobies, tits, titties, bazookas, bazoombas… whatever you like to call them they are, more often than not, an annoyance. 430 more words

Gender

Gender Norms

Whether we were aware of it or not, gender norms have always been a part of our society and each one of our childhoods. For the longest time, gender norms have been a way for society to easily, but inaccurately define and characterize people based on their gender and sex. 224 more words

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Americans, Guns, and Relative Deviance

I previously posted a reference to campus gun policies in relation to relative deviance and sex.  Relative deviance is when behavior is defined as deviant in a cultural context.  122 more words

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