In case you haven’t found a good definition

Intersectional Feminism is an analytical framework that helps explain how aspects of social and political identities, such as gender, sex, class, race, religion, sexual orientation, disability, and physical appearance, combine to create different varieties and levels of discrimination and privilege.

The short…

The truth is you already know

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“When will we be able to get back to normal?” “When will it go away?” We hear these questions every day from a lot of people, and many parents will immediately recognize the tone of “are we there yet?” …

Western Medicine Has a History of Failing Women

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Many women idolize the Victorian era, enjoying romantic and dramatic TV shows and movies about this period, but the truth is that, historically, there was no worse time in history to be a woman.

At the advent of psychology, being a woman itself was considered an impairment. …

While some doors are closing, others are opening

How many times have you heard someone say “I hate my job?” Before the pandemic, it was simply a reality of life that many employees hated their jobs and that most employers had to deal with workers who really didn’t want to be there. …

How an Article On “Hot Asian Men” Broke the Comment Section

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I’ve never been quick to villainize people over sexuality; it’s just not my style. I don’t know about you, but when it comes to kinks, I don’t think it’s anyone’s place to judge sexuality, sexual preferences, or fantasies, even ones that would make most of us cringe. Nor is it…

My first fight over masks was a doozy

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So let me tell you what happened to me the other day…Three days ago, I went to my regular colorist; she’s a genius and I had no plan to switch. I walked in the big salon I usually go to and no one is wearing a mask. Red flag number…

Despite the Equal Pay Act, women earn 82 cents on the dollar

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Equal Pay Day was March 24 this year; several years ago, it was April 4. While the date changes, the reason for Equal Pay Day doesn’t. …

Creating success by setting boundaries with yourself

Boundaries are like fences protecting a lush, beautiful garden. Boundaries protect and comfort you, and they stop others from tromping all over your blooming plans and dreams. They keep you from getting hurt physically, mentally, and emotionally.

Boundaries define what you will and will not do, accept, and tolerate from…

How to get and keep customers by giving them what they want most

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“Customer stickiness” is a marketing term that describes a customer’s desire to return to the same business or brand in a competitive environment over and over because the customer perceives the greatest value from that brand or…

Afraid you give away too much? Personal empowerment requires the time and energy to put your own goals first

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The entire world takes from women. Others can take so much from us, time disappears and before we know it, we realize we lived our lives in service to other people’s dreams instead of our own.

Others take our energy, our freedom, our time, our work, and our bodies. Women…

Brigette Schoenung

Writer, M.A. European History, www.blinkcharging/blog, feminist, student of life

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