“What is feminism really?” you ask in your article. That’s a good question, and one that everyone probably has different answers to nowadays. But I think, overall, the best and truest one can be summed up into a phrase I saw on a T-shirt recently: feminism is the concept that women are people.
Androgyny in fashion is no new concept, but one conversation that hasn’t been broached as much as it should is that of cross-dressing and how this newfound acceptance of androgyny has affected its meaning.
This was surprisingly informative.
This is a real man’s response to Chuck Henderson’s “50 Things Every Woman Should Realize About Men” article.
Lack of camaraderie between women. The jealousy and competitiveness in attaining (male) attention is all too apparent especially with younger women.
If the silencers had it their way, our thoughts and opinions would be diluted to the point where they’re barely recognizable anymore.
The woman who does not require validation from anyone is the most feared individual on the planet.
Whenever I’m at a concert, sporting event, or even a particularly crowded hallway I always look down with pity at the poor five-foot-something girl beside me.
Thou shall remain humble. By nature, independent individuals get what we want by going after it. A lot of hard work goes in, and great things happen as a result.
Some of these girls are people that he’s grown up with, others are co-workers and some are married acquaintances. But why do they flock to him?