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Why is it so fragile? (Part 2)

So the last time we spoke about creation and the order in which God created man and woman. Now I want to talk about something I heard a friend say, that when God created man, He created a warrior. 1,510 more words


"Just" and "fair" aren't always equivalent.

My girlfriend recently showed me this article. If you’re at all interested in the following ramblings, I suggest you read it. It’s more eloquent than I have any hope of being. 947 more words


The pace is always relaxed over here, but I’m reading and writing as much as I ever do and should have some fun things to share soon enough. 166 more words


This is what it's all about

Well, this is weird.

I guess that I can’t be the first person to start a blog who feels that the experience of scribbling the first entry is unusual. 393 more words

Why is it so fragile?

This question has been bothering me for a long time. Part of the reason I decided to write this in three parts was because I wanted to examine the reasons why it seems, masculinity has become so fragile. 1,476 more words


Emergent Gender Roles Exhibited in Fantasy Play in Preschool-aged Children

This study aims to examine gender roles and their expression in preschool aged children at a school in the Southern Suburbs of Cape Town, South Africa, concentrating predominantly on unstructured play, particularly fantasy play, and emotional expression and how these two factors are influenced by gender roles. 3,761 more words