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Do we mind being called darling?

The way males address females have come under quite a lot of scrutiny, of late – someone speaking to a woman and using the terms darling,sweetheart or beautiful can often be interpreted in a sexist manner. 805 more words

Facebook and Feminists

I had to vent after reading an article posted on Facebook by a guy I went to high school with. You can read the article for yourself here, … 245 more words

The Grass is Not Always Greener on the Other Side

It has been a very difficult last three months. Four moves in three months is enough to drive a sane person absolutely mad.

More importantly, Utah is a beautiful state, but the people are ugly. 253 more words

Advice

Haters need to stop

As a black woman whenever someone steps to me with an argument on why I should diminish myself, shrink myself, limit myself. Whenever someone comes to me with the discussion that demands that I settle, compromise or otherwise minimize my vision. 147 more words

Elliot Rodger's UCSB attack isnt about misogony it’s about mental health.

Elliot Rodgers the 22 year old man who stabbed 3 students and shot 3 others posted a video on YouTube revealing his sexual frustration.  News reports highlighted his sexual frustration but a greater insight into his actions can be seen by looking into his life. 257 more words

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When Men's Rights Go Wrong

In the wake of the Santa Barbara Shootings, has been a lot of attention focused on so-called Men’s Rights Activists (MRA). It was revealed that Elliot Roger spent a lot of time on websites dedicated to MRAs and their reputation for violent misogynistic rhetoric has led many to speculate that they could have encouraged Elliot’s rampage. 400 more words

Gender Equality

Elliot Roger: A Monster in Our Own Image (Part 2)

Yesterday, I explained the motives of Elliot Roger, the student who went on a killing spree in Santa Barbara that left six people dead. Today, I want to discuss how Roger’s thinking is disturbingly wide-spread and how this came to be. 811 more words

Gender Equality