Category Archives: Bullying

Think about the meaning of tradition when you use it in your argument

“For all the girls who think tradition should be continued, go back to the kitchen, stop having sex before you’re married, get out of school and job system, don’t have an opinion, don’t own any property, give up the right … Continue reading

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Women Penned by Police and Maced

Trigger Warning: Women screaming, violence against women, police Message from TheOther99Percent: “UPDATE: Please consider a suggested donation of $9.17 to our Media Fund to continue our reports from the front line. You can visit our page here:http://bit.ly/ol1rSy ————- While on … Continue reading

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It Gets Better and Better

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Sally Kern’s Years of Hate Speech Against Women, Islam, African Americans, Gays…

The saying goes: “Fool me once, shame on you; fool me twice, shame on me.” However, Oklahoma State Representative Sally Kern has been getting away with spreading hate for years. Just this morning, I received an email from the Human … Continue reading

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Rape: Think Before You Speak

Trigger Warning: This post deals with themes of rape, sexual assault, women, men, and colleges.  A movie that has a scene showing a sexual assault is assigned for a college course.  Before the class is supposed to watch the movie, … Continue reading

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Got LGBTQ Rights? Yes! (Massachusetts)

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I’ll Hold Your Hand: Don’t Stand for Homophobic Bullying

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