International Feminist Voices:

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Feminism in India

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Amanda Atherton – a professional with a pen name

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When Women Inspire

  • Child trafficking is an alarming global crisis. Here are the answers to five frequently asked questions about it. Child trafficking: 5 questions and answers appeared first […]
  • For those who are getting behind the wheel for the first time or want to improve their skills, here are the top benefits of driving lessons. […]
  • How often should you go to the dentist? Answers here to help you maintain good oral health. Dental Visits: How Often Should You Go? appeared first […]

The Yalla Feminists

  • Yesterday… Thanksgiving. I’m thankful. And stuffed. But today… I’m still mad. Today is the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. Every year we “commemorate” this day. And every year I say: There is something seriously WRONG in the world if […]
  • Young people – particularly young women – are on the rise, leading feminist movements around the world. They are taking a stand and making big strides – they see what’s happening in their communities and around the world, and they’ve had enough. Now […]
  • “It’s my body, I should be fighting.” — Becca Smith, Pro-choice activist On November 8 — today! — the US gears up for its midterm elections. This one is a big deal, because our bodies are on the ballot. We all know that […]

Julie Joplin Media – INTERSECTIONAL FEMINISM FOR THE FOUR STATES

  • By Jamie Lindsey A new store is coming to Joplin and is set to open on December 12. Auntie Sal’s Emporium is, according to part-owner, Marissa Bonilla, “An eclectic catch-all with hair involved.”  Browsing through the pathways of Auntie Sal’s Emporium, you will […]
  • As October concludes, Amanda and Cassia shared their stories and experience dealing with breast cancer. Read more to hear their stories as well as learn information about where to go for more resources and screenings.
  • We won't go back.

Gynocertrism and Its Origins

still searching for prince charming

  • Anyone who’s been on dating apps for more than a hot minute knows that frustration and apathy often accompany them. Once the initial excitement of sexy local singles abates, you’re left with a disappointing array of profiles. Before long, you […]
  • As we enter Covent Garden’s Coco de Mer after closing time, it’s clear this is going to be a very sexy evening. Before the class begins, we’re offered a glass of prosecco and the chance to browse the lace, silk, […]
  • It’s tricky, isn’t it? We’re told to be authentic, to be unapologetically ourselves and to demand others accept us or steer clear. At the same time, we hope for allure from our lovers (even a little mystery, perhaps?) and, in […]

Reappropriate – Asian American feminism, politics, and pop culture

  • By: Frankie Huang March 16th 2021 was a dark day for the Asian American community. That was the day of the spa shootings in Atlanta, Georgia left eight dead; six of the shooting victims were women of Asian descent. The shooting came  at […]
  • By Rohan Zhou-Lee When a Filipina American woman in upstate New York was brutally attacked on March 11 this year, many Stop Asian Hate activists, particularly Filipinos, were in uproar. After yet another year of heightened anti-Asian violence, we were fed up. Filipinos […]
  • How does Filipinx American history and identity shape or complicate the Asian American experience? Why are Filipinx American stories so often undertold or overlooked? This Filipinx American History Month, Reappropriate is excited to solicit pitches for short- or long-form personal essays on Filipinx […]

From famine to feast

  • I have issues with Christmas. It’s the same problem I have with Easter. We observed the major holidays growing up because my mother is a believer. My dad was agnostic for most of his adult life though he’s switched back […]
  • I’m folding a couple of the T-shirts that haven’t yet been demoted to dryer status when all of a sudden, I’m thinking about my son’s father’s reaction when I told him I was pregnant. We limped along for another two […]
  • Seven months ago, my daughter ghosted me. She was angry and upset over something I’d said and rather than talking to me about it, she went with radio silence. During a subsequent text exchange about five months later as she […]

The Female Gaze

  • by Katie Constantine
    Written by: Katie Constantine Edited by: Catherine Harlow The Dada art movement, originating in 1916 Zurich, was a reaction to WWI as people were frustrated with the state of society and the world. The movement’s goal was to mock and […]
  • by Katie Constantine
    When you can’t travel yourself, armchair traveling is the way to go. We’ve collected the top 10 YouTube travel channels to help you explore the world from the comfort of your living room. Kara and Nate They may be one […]
  • by Katie Constantine
    Abbott Elementary is a new mockumentary sitcom created, starring, and executive produced by comic Quinta Brunson. Taking place in a poorly-funded public school in Philadelphia, the comedy is made up of young teachers bursting with innovative teaching ideas and veteran […]

The Minimize Project

  • (Image source: Don’t Screen Us Out) Last week the UK’s Court of Appeal rejected disability activist Heidi Crowter’s challenge to the UK’s law regulating abortion on the grounds of disability.  I’ve included the relevant part of the 1967 abortion act […]
  • (Image by Thomas Breher from Pixabay) The equal rights argument comes to the conclusion that all living members of the human species have human rights. If we categorise the preborn as non-persons, on the basis that they are, for example: […]
  • One pro-life argument that is made on occasion is that abortion is ageist. There are two versions of this argument, a simple version and a more complex one. The simple version rests on the observation that abortion, by definition, targets […]

Bitches Get Riches

Toxic Feminism

  • I am not a climate change sceptic. I think it is the biggest threat facing humanity and the political left and right need to come together and think of ways to reshape our economies to mitigate climate harm. For reasons […]
  • (the answer, of course, is no) To answer this question,. I recommend the paper A simplified approach to measuring national gender inequality that was published in PLOS one in 2019. You can access the paper by clicking the link. I […]
  • The Portman NHS Trust is subordinating the therapeutic relationship to ideology. I recommend the YouTube video from New-Culture-Forum that is featured below. Peter Whittle, the host, interviews Amy Gallagher who is a nurse who was training to be a psychotherapist […]

Feminism and Religion

Rough Wighting

  • “Time will tell.” “There is a crack in everything, that’s how the light gets in.” “There’s always light at the end of the tunnel.” “Time you enjoy wasting is not wasted time.” “Your time is up.” What, exactly, will time […]
  • Evelyn hadn’t seen Steve in over 25 years. They’d dated in high school. He was the cool jock; you know the type. Mussed up hair, tight grungy jeans, a permanent smirk on his handsome face. Evelyn was the goody-good cheerleader, […]
  • Star bright star light set my broom aside Let me walk upon the clouds, nothing under me I need no lift, I need not ask for a flying ride When creativity is my guide, I am true and free. Let […]

Feminist Wave

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Keep It Alive

  • 10 – 15 assorted questions across a range of subjects once a week 01• Do you sometimes ‘just’ LIKE posts from those you follow but don’t often read the content, and if so, why do you do this? Is it […]
  • For visually challenged writers, the image shows two houses with matching doors, railings and winter decor. ➰➰➰ Two best friends, grew up together, married nearly at the same time and by luck found jobs in their hometown. On a whim, […]
  • Chance “cos darling, you didn’t love me enough when you had the chance.” you said you needed more time to gather yourself and make you whole. funny though, as the irony of it all while you were comfortably making yourself […]

Millennium Femme

  • Monogamy definition Noun 1. the practice of marrying or state of being married to one person at a time. 2. the practice or state of having a sexual relationship with only one partner. 3. the habit of having only one […]
  • There was no conversation about the green one when the resurgence of calling outpersonal/dating red flags. Green flags are reminders of your personal growth and all thepositive things you have done. In this rollercoaster we call life, it is essential […]
  • Happy women’s month I’ve picked series/movies/biographies dedicated to iconic women throughout Herstory that have done a great deal of change throughout time! First on my list is ‘Harriet’. Released in 2019. Starring Cynthia Erivo (Harriet Tubman), Janelle Monae(and many more […]

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