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The Handmaid's Tale

“What is needed for really good tyranny is an unquestionable idea or authority. Political disagreement is political disagreement. But political disagreement with a theocracy is heresy.” 526 more words


"They would much prefer staying at home and attending to their household duties": 19 September 1893

124 years ago – on 19 September 1893 – women in New Zealand got the vote.

On the day after, The Press editorial  shows that some of the population felt this was an imposition upon women who would much rather be “staying at home and attending to their household duties”. 356 more words


The Journey of Purple: In Social Order and Social Change

Purple is a colour that has a long history in the social eye with many viewpoints. It has been used for social status for wealth to equality. 1,845 more words

Vivi Speaks

Greetings and Salutations!

My Name is Vivienne. I am on a 3 year mission to unite women around the globe. I want to educate the young and reeducate the old. 805 more words


Feminists are Confused

Many people are aware of the distinction between first wave, second wave, and third wave feminism. Understanding the waves of feminism in a linear timeline helps us to recognise the emergence of each issue, and the diversity of issues that feminism addresses.  1,056 more words


Voting is a Right NOT a Privilege ~~ The Struggle continues

Time to pass the Voting Rights Act, change redistricting rules and make it easier for ALL Americans to VOTE

Dear America

Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it. 539 more words

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