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  • Kim young, born 1982 by cho nam joo

    July 6, 2021 by

    An international best-seller and it fuelled a young feminist movement, Cho Nam Joo took experiences of her own life to write the short novella. Her debut, 2016 concerns mental health, women’s lives and the sexism endured by many. Cho Nam Joo wrote to ignite a public debate, hence the common references to research papers make… Read more

  • healthier than granola, baked breakfast oats

    July 2, 2021 by

    Many are opting for intermittent fasting and breakfast is becoming a contentious meal. Is it really the most important meal of the day? Should we really eat like kings in the morning? Realistically, we are all different and you should probably listen to your own body to whether or not you can eat breakfast. But… Read more

  • WOMEN AND POWER BY MARY BEARD

    July 1, 2021 by

    The preface of the book is simple – women’s voices have been silenced since the ancient times and particularly the public and/or politics. In the classical world, women were only allowed to speak publically either as martyrs or victims (as we see in the early Christian period) or to defend their homes, children, husbands and… Read more

  • objectification

    July 1, 2021 by

    the action of degrading someone to the status of a mere object e.g. the objectification of women in popular entertainment The phrase objectification has been popularised by feminist theory, defining it as the dehumanisation of a person whereby they are treated as an object. We can all probably agree that it’s horrid when women are… Read more

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