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An Open Letter to Kinder Joy India

Dear Kinder Joy India,

I’d just like to say that your new Kinder Joy for Girls and for Boys, is a sore disappointment in the breaking down of gender stereotypes. 220 more words


Thanks for Ruining my Birthday, the rapist insinuations really made me feel special

Monday I turned 28, I am alone over 700 miles away from anyone that cares about my personal milestone. I was depressed ad upset about my circumstances and therefor didn’t do anything. 590 more words


How Do Women of Colour Find a Place in the Punk Scene

This article has been adapted from a talk given at the event, Off the Shelf in Sheffield, October 2014

I am lucky and I know that. 1,469 more words


Baby Styling: Greige, Licensed or Cocky?

You know how there are all those declarations you make before you have a kid about what kind of parent you are going to be? 437 more words


Chinese Privilege, Gender and Intersectionality in Singapore: A Conversation between Adeline Koh and Sangeetha Thanapal

Edited by Petra Dierkes-Thrun
Introduction (by Adeline Koh)


Singapore, a tiny Southeast Asian nation-state, is well known for its impressive economic growth since its independence in 1965. 6,807 more words

The B2 Review

We're all bae

There are countless amounts of sexism in sports today, OBVIOUSLY! In sports such as hockey and lacrosse, the rules of the game have been altered greatly in order to “accommodate the female athlete”. 402 more words

"Stella Walsh" premiers at CIFF

The short documentary “Stella Walsh” will be screening as part of Ohio Shorts Program 2 at Tower City Cinemas during the Cleveland International Film Festival. The screening is Wednesday, March 25 at 9:20pm. 56 more words