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Sexism and the Growing Gender Divide

Women are no stranger to oppression. Be it via the workplace or within the family, there is no question sexism has played a major role in the shaping of women’s history. 786 more words

The Five Year Plan

I was in the supermarket the other day and I found myself staring at two old ladies, who, from their resemblance, I assumed were sisters. Or maybe I thought they were sisters because I’ve been thinking about the whole sister thing so much lately. 1,123 more words


What Feminism Has Stolen from Women

I realize it’s almost heretical for a female to even consider that feminism might not be all it’s cracked up to be, but maybe the time has come for those of us who remember what we’ve lost to pass those memories on to this generation. 319 more words


Review of "The Rise of Female Violence" - the rise of BBC bias?

So I’ve just wasted an hour watching the entire broadcast of BBC Three’s “Rise of female violence” programme. To save other people the bother of making the same mistake and being disappointed by what could have been an excellent programme here’s a quick review. 1,324 more words


Finding the Men in Feminism

On the 20th of September 2014, Emma Watson declared before the delegates of the United Nations, “Feminism by definition is: The belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities. 1,839 more words


On hating men

Yesterday, feminist author and journalist Clementine Ford started the Twitter hashtag How can I hate men.

It was, of course, a question both rhetorical and bitterly sarcastic, driven by an anger and loathing we can all feel over attacks such as this: 518 more words


14 Strippers On How They Really Feel About Their Clients


“It makes me feel sick. A lot of the time I try to imagine they’re not there or something but part of it is making them feel special. 1,381 more words