How-tos for female empowerment; learn how to break the glass ceiling, promote women's issues, challenge the gender status quo and more.
What are sanitary pads? A sanitary pad, sanitary towel, sanitary pad, menstrual pad, or pad is an absorbent merchandise worn inside the underwear when menstruating, bleeding after giving supply, recovering from gynecologic surgical process, experiencing a miscarriage or abortion, or in another state of affairs the place it is important to take in a circulation of blood from the vagina.
So, here is some Gender Studies 101. Throughout the history of the world, the majority of cultures around the world treated women as second class citizens. The woman’s purpose was in the home and caring for the children. All women should know these skills, the 3 C’s, cook, clean, care for children. A woman should also be submissive and quiet. The saying goes “A good wife is a quiet one.” Women should not have an opinion about politics, jobs, money, leadership, property, etc… A woman’s role was to know how to be attractive, household skills, a good wife, and a good mother.
The feminine way to productivity is a smooth, easy way for me. I’m on a path of rewilding my soul and it works way better than the masculine pushing, pulling, and forcing. I used to have that in my life when I was still working full-time in my corporate jobs.
She had boundless energy and this super-contagious smile. She was smart, always looked cute, and was kind to everyone she met. Oh, and she was on the pom-pom squad and looked so adorable that I kind of wanted to hate her.
Yes, you read that title right. This is for all parents who want to protect their sons from the trauma of being accused of rape. And no, I’m not just going to say, “Teach them not to rape, Assholes!” This is some real, serious, and practical advice.
“Are you a woman who believes in trendsetting . Are you a wave-maker, a tradition- breaker and a world shaker. In a day of age when women are still fighting for equal pay for equal work , its easy to see how we might have trouble with our self- esteem. Afterall we are still shaking off the sides effects of hundreds of years of training to be seen but not heard , to serve but not be served . But thanks to modern feminism, women are again fighting back against “traditional” idea that a woman’s role is simply to be an-in home cook, personnel maid, smiling living room ornament- today we women, tackle work and play, motherhood and muscle , beauty and bossiness. Afterall , what better quality than bossiness is there for the accomplished bosses and leaders of the world .
Thula victorious has been single for 2 years and now ready to mingle and give a relationship another chance o much eyelash for most.
Every female struggles with finding herself and it takes time for us to figure out who we truly are. I struggled for years and years trying to find myself. When I was younger, I always tried to fit in and be like everyone else. This led me to make up dumb lies just so I could have similarities with others. I ended up getting bullied because of my lies and I started to hate myself.
I thrive in the summertime. Maybe it’s because I was born in August, but I have always felt like the best version of myself in the sunshine and hot air. There’s something about the long days and late sunsets that encourages me to make the most of every day. Summer offers newfound optimism-- adventure awaits around every corner. If I were Mother Nature, I would see no reason for any other season.
Women are strong, intelligent, confident people. But even the most capable and successful females sometimes struggle with maintaining these characteristics in public and doubt their self-worth and appearance at times. Since you are unlikely to be the exception to this phenomenon, it is vital to have strategies to deal with your doubts so you can quickly quell the beast when you have them. Consider this list of ten strategies to employ in these situations.
Leaving the bookshop in an early evening dusk I had a sense of calm and determination. The last hour had consisted of belly laughs, snacks, discovery, tears, sharing, and understanding. I had held space with six other women, who over the last couple of months had grown from good acquaintances to dear friends, thanks to these hours of intention we had been spending together. I left with the phone number of a new member, a plan next weekend to check out an art exhibit with another member, and excitement for our next Circle together.
Sometimes, I wonder what my life would be like if I didn’t base my decisions on how I wanted to be perceived. No, for real. As a woman, how many times have you made a decision that affected your life in an substantial way, just to be perceived as a good woman? A loyal woman? A beautiful woman? Even if it hurt you physically, mentally, and emotionally, did you make a decision for you.. that only benefited someone else?