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The Future Is Radical

Contemporary Feminism's Need for Radical Philosophies

I was planning to entitle this “A Defense of Radical Feminism” but instead I will hope to prove that radical feminism does not deserve to be on trial. However, radicalism in any form inspires fear, and there are many who claim that contemporary feminism is too combative, or that it does not have the same
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If Banksy were a Woman

as a woman in late 18th-20th century Europe, who similar to the contemporary street artist Banksy, wanted to express the many repressions women faced. Learning about the lack of opportunity for women to express their opinions and issues during this time, I wondered if there had been a street artist to depict these obstacles perhaps
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The Emmas: Aggression and Feminism Now and Then

Emma Goldman Quoted for saying “Heaven must be an awfully dull place if the poor in spirit live there”, Emma Goldman was an infamous rebel and spitfire anarchist in the late 1800s and early 1900s (Goldman). Goldman was a famous activist who fought vigorously for free speech, gender equality, birth control and labor unions. 1893-1919
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Freedom of Fertility: Improving Diversity at Tech Giants

ith the dramatic rise in tech and internet oriented companies, the lack of transparency regarding race and gender demographics have become more obvious. Software engineering and similar professions have been, and remain, historically male dominated. Google recently released internal diversity statistics, which revealed that eighty three percent of its tech employees are male. This is
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