“What’s your favorite position?” “CEO.”  Both subtle and blatant sexism seems to overwhelm the media. While it often becomes exhausting to watch, the way celeb ladies handle sexist culture is refreshing.  We can all take up their powerful responses!
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“What’s your favorite position?”
“CEO.” 

Both subtle and blatant sexism seems to overwhelm the media. While it often becomes exhausting to watch, the way celeb ladies handle sexist culture is refreshing.  We can all take up their powerful responses!

Read the article HERE

There’s been an explosion of hate against feminism, from hashtag campaigns aimed at convincing women they don’t need the movement, to female celebrities refusing to adopt the label as if it’ll harm their careers. It’s clear that now more than ever is the time to re-educate people on what the word really means. Several celebrities have already began to re-educate, though many have continued to spread the myths and misinterpretations of the “f” word. Either way, everyone seems to be talking about it.
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There’s been an explosion of hate against feminism, from hashtag campaigns aimed at convincing women they don’t need the movement, to female celebrities refusing to adopt the label as if it’ll harm their careers. It’s clear that now more than ever is the time to re-educate people on what the word really means. Several celebrities have already began to re-educate, though many have continued to spread the myths and misinterpretations of the “f” word. Either way, everyone seems to be talking about it.

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"Animals aren’t robots, they do sometimes do occasional quirky things for no reason, but when they do something really out of the ordinary, our first instinct shouldn’t be to rush to put the footage on Instagram, Facebook, or any other social media networking device, but to investigate what could be causing it."
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"Animals aren’t robots, they do sometimes do occasional quirky things for no reason, but when they do something really out of the ordinary, our first instinct shouldn’t be to rush to put the footage on Instagram, Facebook, or any other social media networking device, but to investigate what could be causing it."

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The Government believes that as part of a broad and balanced curriculum, pupils should learn about different cultures, and about how different groups have contributed to the development of Britain. The content and structure of the new history curriculum provides plenty of scope for black history to be covered. However, this is not prescribed in detail within the statutory programmes of study. Instead schools have the flexibility to deal with these topics in ways that are appropriate and sensitive to the needs of their pupils.

Why would Janay Palmer write an Instagram post in favor of her abuser, Ray Rice? Issues of domestic violence often have the abused deal with guilt, denial, and fear that make them stay. The perpetrator turns it around and makes the abused out to be the “abusive” one, and begins apologizing, saying they’ll redeem themselves. These apologizes make the victim feel remorse, and often go back to their abuser. 
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Why would Janay Palmer write an Instagram post in favor of her abuser, Ray Rice?

Issues of domestic violence often have the abused deal with guilt, denial, and fear that make them stay. The perpetrator turns it around and makes the abused out to be the “abusive” one, and begins apologizing, saying they’ll redeem themselves. These apologizes make the victim feel remorse, and often go back to their abuser.

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Why read the book “Everyday Sexism” by Laura Bates? I challenge any woman to read it and not find within it a part of herself. “It was just another week of little pin pricks”, Laura opens, “but as I trudged home I started for the first time to really think about how many of these little incidents I was just putting up with from day to day”
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Why read the book “Everyday Sexism” by Laura Bates? I challenge any woman to read it and not find within it a part of herself. “It was just another week of little pin pricks”, Laura opens, “but as I trudged home I started for the first time to really think about how many of these little incidents I was just putting up with from day to day”

Read the article HERE