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Feminism and Philosophy – guest post by @TekThatEnglish

With almost the entirety of popular Feminist speakers proclaiming that Feminism is “simply the belief that men and women should have equal rights and opportunities” to the point where this has become the definition described by most dictionaries, despite that … Continue reading

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Human Rights Philosophy – guest post by @TakeThatEnglish

Feminism; “The approach to social life, philosophy, and ethics that commits itself to correcting biases leading to the subordination of women or the disparagement of women’s particular experience and of the voices women bring to the discussion. Contemporary feminist ethics … Continue reading

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Feminism is just practical humanism.

“Nudity empowers some. Modesty empowers some. Different things empower different women and its not your place to tell her which one it is” -Feminist Culture on Twitter Many different things empower people of all genders, sexual orientations, and ethnic or … Continue reading

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