So Why Most Women Litter Thriving Most Women

So Why Most Women Litter Thriving Most Women

March 12, 2013 by Scott Sanchez  
Published in Women

For 1976, Jo Freeman produced any essay or dissertation for Microsof company. Magazine entitled, "Trashing: All the Deep Team about Sisterhood, " in which listed ways multiple wives throughout the feminist routine bombarded and additionally ostracized many seen as likewise noticed or possibly dependable.

I’ll Take"Zen Master In Training" For $200…

I’ll Take"Zen Master In Training" For $200…

April 29, 2012 by ShannonM1015  
Published in Beauty

"Who cares what she thinks. You’re trying to spread a message that is important to you, and probably to a lot of other women too. And, you know, she only has the power to upset you if you give it to her.”

Tell Me Who are Your Friends and I Will Tell You Who I Am

Tell Me Who are Your Friends and I Will Tell You Who I Am

December 9, 2011 by juny423  
Published in Friendship

Famous sayings are “tell me who are your friends and I will tell you who are you” and “birds of same feather flocks together”.

As You Like It & Top Girls: Relationships Between Women in Drama

As You Like It & Top Girls: Relationships Between Women in Drama

November 7, 2010 by Stephanie Persephone  
Published in Women

The Divergent Relationships of Women

The young women in As You Like It by William Shakespeare and the women in Top Girls by Caryl Churchill have extremely contrasting interactions with one another. The characters of the women in these two plays display the diverse and subjective aspects of how women ac.

For My Sisters

For My Sisters

August 5, 2010 by CrystalMarie  
Published in Women

Explores the reason behind insecurities of women…their lack attitude…the reason we fall short of sisterhood.

No More Secrets

No More Secrets

August 5, 2010 by CrystalMarie  
Published in Women

Ponders the hostility women feel for one another…the lack of compassion, understanding, and kindness.

Women Who Behave Badly

Women Who Behave Badly

November 7, 2009 by cutedrishti8  
Published in Issues

Intrinsic to sisterhood is self-love, self-esteem.