‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Has a Feminist Meaning We’ve All Been Missing

While we’ve all been obsessing over Noah Centineo and the ever dreamy story line of Netflix’s newest teen rom-com, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, there’s one aspect of the movie that viewers have been overlooking: the overtly feminist tone the movie leaves in its wake. The very plot of the movie offers a very feminist perspective on high school life and teen romance. … Continue reading ‘To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Has a Feminist Meaning We’ve All Been Missing

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What Is Pastel Feminism?

Googling the term won’t give you the exact results, but what you’ll get won’t be unimportant in this context.  Recently, someone on Twitter reacted to a dismissive article on the progress of Filipino feminism by asking what the Filipino equivalent of white feminism was because the article in question was the epitome of it.  Exclusive feminism has always been something that has angered me and … Continue reading What Is Pastel Feminism?

Can You Measure “Wokeness”?

Almost every day we see men in power take advantage of and continuously harass women just because they can.  Not only that, but it seems like everywhere you look, instances of abuses (especially of minorities) are often present. You may see people defending and coddling them and their actions for whatever reason they make up, but luckily, feminism has become more widespread and accepted in … Continue reading Can You Measure “Wokeness”?

Five Minority Female Characters That’ll Make Your Life Better

Whether it’s clamor for a healthy same-sex relationship or demands for more people of color, you’ll often see people asking for better representation on TV and other media forms.  These calls are completely valid because there have been countless times I had to watch something solely focusing on the reused, cliché narratives of the majorities, but barely remember the instances wherein I’ve seen myself and … Continue reading Five Minority Female Characters That’ll Make Your Life Better

An Increase In Female Candidates For November’s Primary Elections

After one of the most arguably obscure, insane, and frankly unbelievable first halves of a presidency America has witnessed, change might be upon us come the November midterms. And this change will be driven by women.   This female push follows the highly controversial reign of 45th President, Donald Trump. After seeing his administration implement atrocious and unjust policies, such as the latest immigration policy … Continue reading An Increase In Female Candidates For November’s Primary Elections

What is Rape Culture? An Examination on How Our Society Works

Trigger warning: mention of rape and other sexual violence. As we look at what’s going on today, there’s no question that our society is a society of rape culture. With the victim-blaming of women that stand up for themselves after they’ve been sexually assaulted, we know that our society does not treat men and women equally. Of course, we say that, but what does rape … Continue reading What is Rape Culture? An Examination on How Our Society Works

How Education Is Being Used As A Weapon

Ever since I was a little kid, I always believed that education is a powerful tool. I knew if I wanted to be successful in life, I would have to do well in school. I still believe in the saying, “education is a powerful tool,” but these words hold very different meanings to me today. From a young age, I have been heavily involved in extra-curricular … Continue reading How Education Is Being Used As A Weapon

Dress Code: Stop Blaming Girls, and Start Educating Boys

I will never forget the day where I was pulled out of class by my dean because my male teacher had decided that my shorts were too short. He later told me, “I don’t know how your parents let you out of the house looking like that.” In my own high school that promotes individuality, creativity, and self-reflection, I am not allowed to show my … Continue reading Dress Code: Stop Blaming Girls, and Start Educating Boys

Saskatoon’s Women’s March

A few weeks ago I attended our local women’s march here in Saskatoon, Canada. In a crowd of more than 400 people, it was a heartwarming experience to be walking among those who I shared the same vision with. A vision of an equal, fail and safe future. We marched alongside each other because in our federal and provincial government women are under-represented and because … Continue reading Saskatoon’s Women’s March

2018 Phoenix Women’s March

Yesterday I attended the 2nd Annual Women’s March in Phoenix, Arizona. I got there around 9 a.m. so there were plenty of people there already. Everywhere I looked someone was holding an awesome sign displaying a creative call-to-action. Before the march began, my mom, aunt, sister and I walked around to the different booths with signs and buttons. I bought a couple of buttons and … Continue reading 2018 Phoenix Women’s March

2017 Wasn’t All That Bad and Here’s Why

This year was, without doubt, a pretty rough one. There were numerous terrorist attacks that killed a staggering number of people all over the world, President Trump signed multiple executive orders that negatively affect the lives of many, shootings, devastating hurricanes, the death of beloved celebrities, the Charlottesville riot, nuclear war threats, the California wildfires, and the FCC voted in favor of repealing net neutrality. … Continue reading 2017 Wasn’t All That Bad and Here’s Why

Redefining Masculinity

Masculinity has been regarded as the ultimate attribute of a human male throughout the course of time. In historical times, masculinity was deemed as the traits inherent to human males. from birth. While masculinity used to be classified as a biologically-created construct, it is widely apparent that the traditional definition of masculinity is false. However, today’s definition of masculinity still reflects masculinity as a biologically … Continue reading Redefining Masculinity

Get Woke: 5 Books About Feminism That Will Change Your Life

There truly is no better way to get inspired, get angry, get educated, than by cracking open a book. Recently, I’ve started reading more and more books written by female authors about the ever-growing pains we must endure as teenagers, and these books have really helped me work on myself and expand my knowledge. So, if you’re on the path to self-love and are looking … Continue reading Get Woke: 5 Books About Feminism That Will Change Your Life

Tunisia Celebrates Women

Every 13 of August since 1956, Tunisia celebrates its Women: those leaders who have demonstrated their skills in every field, who have proven to the whole world that they’re indeed EQUAL to men. Tunisian Women obtained their rights in 1956, thanks to our late president “Habib Bourguiba”, who established after Tunisia’s independence, the “Code of Personal Status in Tunisia”, which are a set of laws aiming … Continue reading Tunisia Celebrates Women