#NotAllMen Are Dangerous, But #YesAllWomen Live With That Fear

“Women should not have the right to choose who to mate and breed with. That decision should be made for them by rational men of intelligence. If women continue to have rights, they will only hinder the advancement of the human race…There is no creature more evil and depraved than the human female […] The [...]

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Year of Action and Fair Wages in SOTU

Year of Action and Fair Wages in SOTU

According to President Obama’s 2014 State of the Union Address which took place Tuesday, this is the “year of action.” The president reiterated some of his past legislative priorities by promising to close the prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and to reform unemployment insurance, but he also spoke about developing regulations to limit carbon emissions [...]

“U” is for Uplift

“U” is for Uplift

 Writers of Kern Blogging Challenge (A-Z) It’s happening all over. Feminists criticizing other feminists for not being their version of what feminism means. I read an article on The Week about Lily Allen and Miley Cyrus and their public responses to each other’s approach on touching the subject of feminism through their very different music [...]

Flying Over The Atlantic

Why We Still Need Strong Female Role Models As Published by Miss Millennia Magazine “I am sure he said to himself, ‘Watch me make them scamper,’” she said. She stood her ground as the aircraft came close. “I did not understand it at the time, but I believe that little red airplane said something to [...]

I’m A Feminist, But I Don’t Burn My Bra

I’m A Feminist, But I Don’t Burn My Bra

The common misconception about modern-day feminists is this outdated visual of a female middle-class flower-child with unruly long hair and no shoes setting fire to her bra on the street in protest. Society also pictures the angry radical feminist with Doc Martins and pink punk hair harassing other women about their “non-traditionally feminist” life choices, [...]

Women Through the Eyes of Religion

As Published in Miss Millennia Magazine There are many questions in our universe that are left unanswered, and there are images tucked away in the cosmos still yet to be seen. Humans live their lives only knowing some of the ways of the world, and at other times they may not even know their own [...]

Women and Politics

Women and Politics

“I didn't run to make history, I ran to make a difference,” said Wisconsin’s newly elected female and first openly gay person elected to the U.S. Senate, Rep. Tammy Baldwin, but it’s probably safe to say that she is on her way to make history while accomplishing her goal to make a difference. Senator Baldwin [...]

Women Banned From Universities In Iran

Republished from PhillyD(dot)TV Not being able to play football with the boys just sucks, but not being able to grow up and go off to a university is just plain sex-discrimination. That’s exactly what Iran has been up when it decided to officially approve of female students being barred from more than 70 university degree [...]

Why You Should Vote Obama If You Have a Uterus

I’ve talked a little before about how a lot of the Republican candidates for the 2012 presidential election were very confused about where they stood on the issues. During his 2002 campaign for governor, Romney supported abortion rights saying “I will preserve and protect a women’s right to choose,” during a debate against his Democratic [...]

The Misogynistic PETA

Why PETA? Why do you always do this to the veg*n community. For all of you non vegetarians and vegans out there, veg*n is a term used to describe both vegetarian and vegan people when you’re addressing them at the same time. But besides all that, have you seen what the organization, People for the [...]