Tag Archives: women
Salty Spread A boyfriend who’s been “…ripped off blind.” A mystery man who wanders the streets in a gulag called Vancouver’s down town east side; is he a brother or a childhood friend of a girl? A girl who is … Continue reading
My mother died because she refused to have an abortion. There were many factors affecting her life; in my opinion she was brainwashed. I was 12 when she died, but my life is a lot less traumatic than others who … Continue reading
Thanx to Gender Across Borders website Mahmuda Akhter, 23, working in a garment factory in Dhaka, Bangladesh (Image Credit: Erik German/Global Post) The World Bank has estimated that 47 percent of poor Bangladeshi women don’t get enough to eat — leaving … Continue reading
Men’s Studies: An Important Addition to Academia I found this very interesting article by Carrie Polansky. Her posted article is located at Gender Across Borders Her minor in college was Women’s and Gender Studies. One of her favorite courses was … Continue reading
“Many people have a wrong idea of what constitutes true happiness. It is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose” Helen Keller On that note: Thank all the collective spirits of all the universes that my … Continue reading
Watched “Slumdog Millionaire” again. What a beautiful story!!!!!!