Tag Archives: feminism

  • #don’tshootthemessenger: Women, Are You Bold Enough to ‘Please Yourself’ for Money?

    Jan 16, 14 by Brainuser1 Leave a comment


    *Don’t judge me too harshly, I’m a writer with a feeling my publisher sent this to me because he thinks I’m too chicken-sh*t to write it up. I’ll show ‘em. Story continues at EURThisNThat.  

  • The Socialist’s Journal: Favorites of 2012

    Jan 8, 13 by Trevor Brookins Leave a comment


    The Socialist’s Journal: Favorites of 2012 In chronological order, here are my favorite columns of the past year… Sandra Fluke and Danica Patrick Recreating American History The Essence of Liberty The Business of Sports The Original Reality Star The Consequences of World War I Partial Marijuana Legalization Trevor Brookins is a free lance writer in […]

  • Is Feminism a Thing of the Past?

    Sep 9, 12 by EURpublisher03 1 Comment


    *What is your definition of the word feminism? Do you feel it has a negative or positive connotation? Here’s an article from Essence’s Demetria Lucas on the issue: I’ve been think a lot about feminism lately. You see, I recently wrote a book (maybe you’ve heard?). It’s an advice guide about living single that doesn’t […]

  • White Feminists Don’t Care About Black Women

    Mar 15, 12 by jasmynecannick 27 Comments


    *I’m not a self-described feminist, but even I have noticed over the past few weeks how the American feminism has been fired up and ready to go over attacks from the political left and right. Rush Limbaugh got the ball rolling by calling Georgetown University Law School student Sandra Fluke a “slut” and a “prostitute.” […]

  • The Bridge: A Long Way, Baby? Part 3

    Aug 24, 10 by EurPublisher 1 Comment


    *In my opinion, feminism is beginning to look like labor unions. At the opening of the 20th century, unions were necessary to mitigate child labor, abuse in the workplace and to bring in uniform work hours and safe working conditions. While some of those issues remain in minor cases, unions are still top-heavy, but really […]