Tag Archive: inequality

Jan 29

What’s in a Twirl?

What’s in a twirl? That which by any other twirl would be so sweet…. Okay so I am taking poetic license with a classic work by William Shakespeare. Yet we should as a society be asking the question “why ask a professional female athlete to twirl and show off her outfit?” (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yzOeJs0Sh-c ) We should …

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Jul 31

The Everyday Fears of an Ordinary Woman

I don’t want to live like this. I don’t want to live in fear. I don’t want to live in fear of every person who comes to the door. The plumber, the electrician, the cable guy. The mailman, the FedEx driver who comes to drop off a package on the front steps. The new neighbor …

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Nov 19

The Modern Day Feminist: Doorholding 101

To hold the door open or to not hold the door open? That is the question. Chivalry is dead. Or at least that’s what some people say. However, is it for the better? That’s what’s up for debate. Last week, in one of my classes, we had a heated discussion over whether or not you …

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