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Are boys getting more pocket money than girls?

I wonder if you ask your friends how much pocket money they get whether you notice a difference between the amounts boys and girls tell you. 125 more words

A promise to my daughters

As well as being on the progressive left politically, I’ve increasingly identified as an active feminist over the last decade. I’m sure that this has been apparent from my blog, which has… 965 more words


Reclaiming and Resisting

Preached on the Third Sunday after Epiphany. Edited.

I’m not a big fan of the word “unity” these days.

That may sound ridiculous. What’s wrong with unity? 1,449 more words



This one word has shared so many controversial disputes. It has been subjected to misinterpretation,judgement, and false accusations. When it comes to this one word including something to do with the female, people are so critical about it, eschewing all of their sense in talking about or even thinking about it. 649 more words

Patriotism Leaves No Room for Unity

Donald Trump is officially the 45th president of the United States. Since the inauguration, our eyes and ears have been saturated with a declaration from… 365 more words



 “I will cut off this right arm of mine before I will ever work or demand the ballot for the Negro and not the woman.” 934 more words

The Impossibility of Love: “All the rivers” by Dorit Rabinyan Examines Politics Through Tragic Romance

Dorit Rabinyan is a rising star in the literary world. Born in Israel to Iranien Jewish parents, she has three books translated into English: “Persian Brides”, “Our Weddings” (also published as “Strand of a thousand pearls”) and “All the rivers”. 1,097 more words