Much is to be admired in a country that has triumphed over sequential, albeit repetitive, oppressions. This is a country that has banished different conquerors (and is still embroiled in a struggle with one at present), survived the most devastating natural disasters, and lived through the various daily third world realities. 935 more words
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I saw the word
full of light,
inscribed on an empty white page,
roundly formed and concise.
Such a lovely word.
It illuminated my night. 271 more words
Ignoring the usual specious messages concerning the Confederate battle flag, let’s look at this another way.
Since ostensibly our government is a representative one, we can make the claim that public property–the government land subsidized by the citizens–is property belonging to the PUBLIC (setting aside for the moment the fact that collectively-owned property is an impossibility, which makes the whole argument about what should or shouldn’t be displayed upon it thus irrelevant). 612 more words
Feminism, as I have noticed, is interpreted differently person to person. To me, on a high-level, it just means letting females have the same rights as man, which is the right to choose. 320 more words
I am in no way judging anyone for their appearance. I am only stating my opinion on what I see.
I’ve been programmed to believe that a hijab feels opressive because God commanded women to wear them as well as be modest with their outfit choice. 741 more words