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Why Are My Biological Phenomena Such a Taboo?

by Nayab Imtiaz

Even in 21st century talking about reproductive health and issues related to it is still considered to be a taboo, because whatever is ‘’down there’’ should remain hidden because you know even talking about it is a considered to be a sin. 900 more words

Young Women Writers Forum

284: Ozark Taboos

There are a great many taboos in the Ozarks, inherited mostly from European traditions but with a few indigenous beliefs scattered in. The world of the Ozark hill person was a constant battle against nature, sickness, and the forces of evil. 678 more words


Taboo: An Egyptian Woman’s Vision for Happier Relationships

Tuesday November 29, 2016
By: Alexandra Kinias

From behind her computer screen, thousands of miles away from Egypt, 32-years old Latifa G., created and administers… 1,177 more words

Women's Issues

Thanksgiving Taboo

Don’t talk about weight. It’s all about savoring the goodness in this traditional feast. Don’t talk about the negative. It’s all about savoring in the positive, precious, and pleasant. 104 more words

“Those who love deeply never grow old; they may die of old age, but they die young.”(Dorothy Canfield Fisher)

Last week I saw The Dresser with Ken Stott and Reece Shearsmith.

Reece Shearsmith in particular gave a really moving performance. The cast were universally good and it was an interesting exploration of love in various guises amongst a group of people who are no longer young. 1,100 more words



Disclaimer: This article is for those who are educated and liberal minded enough to understand what  I’m actually trying to say. FYI this is not for the hypocrites. 757 more words


The Dutch Drugs Policy

One of the taboo subjects of so many countries and that so many of us heard to be so free in the Netherlands.

I think it is important for everyone that do not know exactly how it is, to understand their law about it. 835 more words

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