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Person Of The Month: Antigone

It’s hard to talk about feminism, and not mention Antigone. Both the princess and the play. Here’s a quick summary of the story: Antigone was one of the two daughters of Oedipus. After his tragic death his sons fight for … Continue reading

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The F Word!

Here’s the new F word – Feminism. Very often, when you tell someone you are feminist they look at you like you must be a frustrated man-hater or maybe a home-breaker, or a jilted woman in need of sympathy and … Continue reading

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A Space Of My Own: Does Segregation Stop Violence?

It’s always great when a blog gets a lot of comments, and Rape after Delhi did well yesterday on Twitter! It was heartening to see the support we received for our argument that a feminist response to rape is much … Continue reading

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I’m an angry feminist, Anne Thériault Writes For the Good Man Project

Let’s revisit Anne Thériault’s wonderful piece! She wrote this piece for the Good Man Project following a conversation with another blogger on why she stopped being feminist and started liking men. Read the original with a prologue by Good Man … Continue reading

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Why is sexism such a big deal ?

“As long as she thinks of a man, nobody objects to a woman thinking” — Virginia Woolf Sexism is the belief that a human of one sex is intrinsically superior to the other. Common sexist claims stem from traditional stereotypes … Continue reading

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