Tag Archives: feminism

THE HUFFINGTON POST: For The Women Who Dare

“Women don’t have to wear pussy hats, or protest, or yell. Do your job!” Says Kimberly, who’s proud to stand against the current women’s movement. She believes that protesting means “we’re sacrificing our femininity. It’s obnoxious and makes us more aggressive.” As Kimberly proves, not all women feel represented by the women’s movement, and are […]

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THE HUFFINGTON POST: First Dates and Trump Tapes: Fighting the New Norm of Foreplay

Women Who Want Respect Do Not Want Trump Whatever political side one chooses, it is plain to see that fear is a strong element in the psychology of both sides.  Those of us who use social media are seeing something that looks worryingly like civil war. But with his outwardly decaying dialogue on women’s issues, it is clear that Trump […]

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Speaking Out: Shame and Sexual Assault

The phrase ‘sexual violence’ has high currency now and, tragically, it’s use appears to be on the increase. It is a situation that achieves one distinct objective, to intentionally injure and sexually assault a person, without his or her consent. There is not enough compassion, respect, and equal treatment in most of our dealings towards […]

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