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Photoshoot | Luggage

Last tuesday was my first photoshoot for my luggage brief. I had already prepared and got my objects and case ready and started to prep with jennie with the lighting and the background. 356 more words


Valentine's Day

Feminism is the advocacy of women’s rights on the grounds of political, social, and economic equality to men.

My daughter has taken feminism on as her platform. 669 more words


The Egotism of Expertise- Interior Conformity

The Egotism of Expertise. Sampling the luscious fruits of Self-Esteem

A few recent posts have been devoted to a collective wail about the impossibility of non-genre books ever being discovered in the goose step parade of all the others who polish their boots and take steps in synchrony with guidelines and expectations. 1,839 more words

Involution Related Ideas

Five ladies who’ve changed the world, but who you’ve probably never heard of.

Women have often gotten a raw deal when it comes to be remembered in our history books.


Almost Famous Women by Megan Mayhew has been added to the list!

Rosalind Franklin


Rosalind Franklin, born July 25th, 1920.

Rosalind Franklin is most noted for her work that eventually led to the discovery of the Double Helix Model of DNA. 183 more words