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To Love and to Submit

“Every day is for the thief but one day is for the owner” – African proverb

In my current state of bloating trials, I can hardly pay attention or concentrate on a thought for 5 seconds. 945 more words


Keep Quiet and Stop Violating My First Amendment Rights

Certain people of a certain generation–my generation frankly–seem to have had it up to here with the “rules changing.” I hear it. The sighs, the expletives, the tongue clicking, the venting: 1,239 more words

Cultural Context

Thousand years of Tyranny

Years have passed– we promise not to judge women, yet we do. We call that girl going out with male friends, a slut. We claim that the girl who got the promotion that we were supposed to, slept her way up. 309 more words

Chapter 12: Love my house, love the crow on it

Love me, love my dog

ài wū jí wū

Men and women are different. People know it and are curious about this kind of “other­ness”, willing to clarify or solve misunderstandings that frequently happen between both sexes. 744 more words

Gender Differences

Is feminism really a new version of male chauvinism?

Yesterday I decided to show my parents a video on Ted Talks about feminism. As I am a young woman I thought there was an important message there. 328 more words

Chapter 8: A woman's heart is as deep as the ocean

nǚrén xīn hǎi dǐ zhēn

If one single proverb was to summarise or to excuse the problems men have understanding women, it would probably be this one. 427 more words

About Women

Chapter 7: The most vicious is woman's heart

zuì dú fù rén xīn

The previous two chapters already set a rather foul flavour on how men view and treat women. Alas, this section is not going to bring about any betterment. 826 more words

About Women