Tag Archive: feminism

understanding history, understanding humans

It has been the feminine role through the centuries to strengthen the man, build him up, and hold him to his commitment. Families, mother, father and children have been the NORM for centuries… Continue reading

the common ground on polarised abortion viewpoints

There has to be some sort of common ground or rational dialog is impossible. (Silence of Mind) In a discussion about the polarised corners of thinking on the issue of abortion, blogger Silence… Continue reading

deceitful games of anti-abortionists

content warning: post contains explicit discussion on abortion I held in my hand a model of a 12 week old preborn human being, also known as a fetus, or also known as a… Continue reading

moronic comment of the month – comparing abortion to slavery

In a place where it [abortion] is already illegal, it is probably best to keep it that way. In a place where it is legal and common, I doubt there is much that… Continue reading

emotion-free abortion arguments

The argument [for abortion] is remarkably straightforward and emotion-free. (John Zande on Random Thoughts) Makagutu links to a very interesting article in his post On Abortion, which has numerous examples of anti-abortion women believing… Continue reading

musings on the radical-feminist-fringe hatred of all things trans

And although I might think of myself as a woman, someone else might be further down the spectrum towards womanhood than I am, and thus ‘more of a woman’ than me. (Rebecca Reilly-Cooper)… Continue reading

subtexts in radical feminism

There was a time, not long ago, when rousing anthems on feminism engaged me and enraged me about the patriarchal society we live in. Now I’ve delved a little deeper into radical feminism,… Continue reading

the heart of equality

a discussion about selling sex

Emma gives some great thoughts on what sex for sale means in human society, over at The Arbourist. For me, the comment is excellent: she makes great points that should be pondered by… Continue reading

the dawning realisation that I’m sexist

It’s odd to think of the vast amounts of prejudice and discrimination we absorb in our lives. I like to think of myself as a champion of logic and equality: acutely in tune… Continue reading