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Portrait of Women: Lü Bicheng

Lü (or Lv) Bicheng was a Chinese writer, activist, newspaper editor, poet and school founder. 561 more words

Feminism

Nathan Hale and Women's Education

While Nathan Hale is most well known for his failed mission as a spy for the patriots during the American revolution and the famous (mis)quote, “I regret that I have but one life to lose for this country,” his life was a lot more revolutionary than most people give him credit for. 544 more words

National Girl Child Day 2018

India celebrates National Girl Child Day on 24th January.

Started by the Ministry of Women and Child Development back in 2008, the day is commemorated to highlight the inequalities enforced upon the girl child. 174 more words

Writing Corner

Celebrating Savitribai Phule: The First Female Teacher in India

Savitribai Phule, born on 3 January 1831, was modern India’s first female teacher, who fought for the upliftment of women and the marginalized. Along with Jyotirao Phule, she created a social education movement ensuring the empowerment of women. 131 more words

Writing Corner

Movie review: Girl Unbound: The War to Be Her (2016)

I am not a squash fan. Frankly, I don’t really know anything about squash. (It kind of reminds me of racquetball.) But I was excited to see… 687 more words

Movies

Aunt Flo Gets a New Handbag: A Menstrual Cup Analogy

I’ve filed my recent discovery of the menstrual cup in the “Why did I not know this when I was 26?” folder, along with deciding to use hair masks and deciding not to use a notebook at work, because really, how often does one go back and read that stuff anyway? 817 more words

The Importance of Women's Education

This past week I entered the Kids Film It Festival in Cleveland with a film about the importance of women’s education. Finding this topic extremely important, especially with attending an all-girls school, I have decided to publish the film here to educate more on the importance of this topic and bring awareness to the subject. 6 more words

Emily Brazytis