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Woman of the Week

This Week’s Woman of the Week is:
Malala Yousafzai

Malala was born in Pakistan on July 12, 1997. She is a human rights activist who is well known for standing up for the education of women in her country where at times the Taliban banned girls from attending school. 159 more words

Life And Living

#MommysChoice

I am a woman and I have the choice?

~tannngl

Political

Birth Control

I love you, I swear I do
an ode to all the stranded eggs
living in purgatory for my sins
a wise man (yes a man) once said… 93 more words

Poetry

Protesting against impunity in the murder of Chihuahuan Journalist Miroslava Breach

This article first appeared in newspaper La Jornada on Monday 24 July 2017. It has been translated without permission.

Protesting against impunity in the murder of Journalist Miroslava Breach… 453 more words

Human Rights

II Poetry Contest: Daughter listen to me

by @theframedsky

Daughter listen to me
you who may never be
for I fear for the future
the future we are trying to shape
slowly but with haste we are pushing… 103 more words

Women's Empowerment

Skin In The Game: The Feminist Case Against Pornography

Trigger Warning: The following article contains graphic sexual content and intense depictions of sexual abuse. Reader discretion is strongly advised. However, none of the hyperlinked text links out to pornographic websites. 2,594 more words

America

A Feministic Take on The Professor and the Madman

In Victorian England in the 18th century, Queen Victoria ruled with power and grace. She was an amazing mother, ruler and wife, proving women could be much more than expected of them in the 18th century. 876 more words

Reading And Writing