Feminist activists are not deterred by the daunting statistics so much as they're fueled by them.
I went on my first solo trip after getting divorced|And it was life-changing
When I was married, many holidays consisted of a particularly chilly family trip to Cornwall. Every year, I would take my son and two daughters on vacation for at least a month and my husband would join us whenever he could. I have great memories of those vacations, but my solo trip experiences now are something else entirely and life-changing. Although I still enjoy the odd quiet day, I've definitely broadened my horizons.
Ways to Support the Women of Iran
Even though no woman should be killed or imprisoned for what she wears, this is true for many women in Iran under the ruling system’s authority. Women in Iran have been subjected to abuse for decades and have taken their rights away due to the country’s strict laws. Many have been victims of violence after losing their choice regarding whether or not they should wear a hijab, which is a head covering required in Islam.
The Sad Lives of the American Dollar Princesses
A Mutually Beneficial, Cold-Hearted Transaction America’s nouveau rich of the 1870s were filthy rich but they still considered themselves ‘commoners’ as they did not have exquisite titles of Dukes, Duchesses, Earls, and the like. And this was not acceptable to them. They wanted an aristocracy attached to their names to elevate their statuses.
Ann Hathaway Took Back Her Power
Ann Hathaway is so over being your bitch. The Oscar winner for her 2012 role as Fantine in Les Miserables reflected recently on the social media hate she began to receive after her big win.
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I posted a blog entry about the Congressional race in Florida district one (1) between Rebekah Jones and incumbent Matt Gaetz on October 28th.
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With only eleven (11) days left before the 2022 midterm elections, today’s Suffragette CHIC blog post will focus on Rebekah Jones and the state of Florida.
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Thursday, October 20th, 2022, marks one month and four days since protests erupted in cities and towns across Iran after Mahsa Amini’s death.
Winds of change in Iran.
The 22-year-old's death in Tehran, as a result of wearing her headscarf incorrectly in accordance with the state hijab laws, quickly became a striking symbol of resistance. Since the 1979 Islamic Revolution, women in Iran have been required to wear headscarves, and the morality police are tasked with upholding this along with other regulations.
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My sixth Suffragette CHIC blog will focus on the state of Pennsylvania and Alexandra M. Hunt. Alexandra Hunt is a public health researcher who gained notoriety during the primary season for the unabashed embrace of her history as a stripper in college. Ms. Hunt also started a page on “OnlyFans,” a social media platform where many participants work in the sex industry. Hunt began her OnlyFans page after receiving national backlash from mainstream media outlets like the New York Post and Fox News for working as a stripper.
Why You Should Give Your Period Blood Back To The Earth
We've all been there. It's that time of the month when we cry for no apparent reason. We suffer from stomach cramps. We shit a lot more than we'd like. We all dread it. But what if I told you, your period didn't have to be like that? It could be a time you cherish and love. Stop dreading your periods and start embracing them. It's the most natural thing in the world.
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According to the Mayan calendar, the final reckoning for the existence of human beings on Earth was supposed to happen on December 21st, 2012.
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October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month (DVAM). A group of American organizations and individuals established DVAM in 1987 to connect and coordinate their disparate efforts to help female victims of domestic violence. They also hoped to raise awareness of the issue of domestic violence worldwide.