Enjoying The Boss From Hell

Enjoying The Boss From Hell

August 6, 2013 by A. Fool  
Published in Marriage

Learning the vulnerabilities of your Opressor and Exploiting Them.

Teaching Yourself Not to Care

Teaching Yourself Not to Care

December 1, 2012 by L.E.Monist  
Published in Hair

When you need to protect yourself from pain.

Gender Inequality in Uganda

Gender Inequality in Uganda

April 25, 2012 by gaby7  
Published in Women

While it is true that women activists are coming up to shout for their rights with demands for social equality, in the rural areas, women seem resigned to the obtaining status quo! They rarely question the stereotypes that oppress them and this has only helped to accentuate male dominance.

The Gender Oppression of Disabled Women in  Africa is  a Double Jeopardy

The Gender Oppression of Disabled Women in Africa is a Double Jeopardy

September 25, 2011 by gaby7  
Published in Family

Gender is viewed as the relationship between men and women and how this relationship determine the role they play and the life they lead in society at a given time. In most African countries, women in general have been subjected to gender subordination in the areas of division of labor, access to power, decision-making and control over resources.

::oppressed::

::oppressed::

August 23, 2011 by Sunjhini  
Published in Women

Poetry – free verse.

How Traditional Feminism is Oppressive to Women

How Traditional Feminism is Oppressive to Women

March 4, 2011 by Jennifer Belleau  
Published in Women

Feminism in the traditional sense restricts women more than it should–why a true feminist will change these rules.

Religion and The Filipina

Religion and The Filipina

January 9, 2011 by missbernice  
Published in Women

The Philippines claims to be a Christian nation, and yet religion has placed a major role in oppressing women. History would tell us that there have been a few Filipinas who have cut across the bounds of tradition and stereotype and stood up for what they believe in. These women ought to be applauded and emulated. The Christian Church is expected to carry out its true mandate, and that is to love and defend women of all races.

American. Female. Muslim. – The Agenda with Steve Paikin – Video Review

American. Female. Muslim. – The Agenda with Steve Paikin – Video Review

October 22, 2010 by Zaaynab LeVon  
Published in Women

An hour long segment that delves into the diverse aspects of being a female American Muslim. These videos shine light on the diversity in race, traditional practices and dress, job titles/leadership roles, and even ways of practicing the Islamic faith.

Feminism: Diverse Women

Feminism: Diverse Women

August 7, 2009 by Rita Mardakhanian  
Published in Women

Denial of the diversity of women is the interlocking system of oppression. By breaking out of the mold of the “perfect women,” society can break away from the patriarchal control and dominance.