This post continues an ongoing discussion of extreme importance. Every person has a right to bodily autonomy, and for others to decide what people can or cannot do with (and to) their own bodies is to rob them of their human rights.
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What is middle class morality?, asks George Bernard Shaw in his play Pygmalion. From what is understood of this phrase is that morality or the widely accepted societal codes of conduct is just an excuse of a well-off class to justify their standing, that they are somehow more deserving of the privileges they enjoy and deny those privileges to anyone who doesn’t follow those norms. 964 more words
As I am writing this article, the solidarity march with the Charlie Hebdo victims is taking place in Paris.
I think this march sucks. Looking from the perspective of the victims or their families, does anyone actually think they get comfort out of seeing thousands (or millions) of people marching down the streets with politicians among them? 423 more words
Growing up, I was told I could be anything I wanted, even president. As a young teen I realized no woman had ever been president and with that, I realized I couldn’t be anything- that had been a lie and I was pissed. 1,322 more words