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  • While numerous people have felt deep conflicts between their physiological and psychological structures, gender reassignment has been slow to emerge as a pathway to freedom

    Discussing Transgender Issues in Society

    Discussing Transgender Issues in Society

    by Colleen Swan14

  • Hostility and contempt towards women, or belief in their inborn inferiority, has pervaded religious and political ideology. Many women believe the fight continues to obtain equality and respect

    Quotes About Misogyny

    Quotes About Misogyny

    by Colleen Swan16

  • It's taken me a few days to process what one of my favorite authors actually said. What J.K. Rowling tweeted on December 19, 2019, has left me sorely disappointed.

    J.K. Rowling, TERFs and Tweets

    J.K. Rowling, TERFs and Tweets

    by Chris St-Jean3

  • Radical feminism is notably different than liberal feminism, and its conceptual roots lie in notions of women's oppression. Its historical influences include Valerie Solanas, the Redstockings, and various black radical feminists.

    What Is Radical Feminism?

    What Is Radical Feminism?

    by punkcomrade0

  • It's hard to say if we've learned anything from the Montreal Massacre. Canada's worst mass shooting to date is now being acknowledged as a gender-based act of violence. But has gender-based violence in the world improved at all in the past 30 years?

    Gender-Based Violence as Real Today as Dec. 6, 1989

    Gender-Based Violence as Real Today as Dec. 6, 1989

    by Chris St-Jean0

  • Many sports have been affected by the participation of transgender women, such as powerlifting, cycling, and track and field. Transgender people should be treated with respect, just like everyone else, but putting a transgender woman on a wrestling mat against a cis woman is like asking for injury.

    Opinion: We Need to Talk About Transgender Women in Sports

    Opinion: We Need to Talk About Transgender Women in Sports

    by Raufae0

  • In chapter 6 of "The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness," Michelle Alexander attempts to demonstrate that a major cultural movement is the only way to successfully remove of semblance of Jim Crow Era sentiment in the modern United States.

    The Role of Artists in Ending Jim Crow

    The Role of Artists in Ending Jim Crow

    by PseudonymousBoch0

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