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Walk a Mile in Her Shoes is widely promoted but won’t achieve much

You could argue, reflecting on President Obama’s approach, that the promoters of Walk a Mile protect women’s image in the way that conservative patriots protect America’s image as morally superior to other nations. Continue reading

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The Surprising Truth About Women and Violence

“Traditional stereotypes have led to double standards that often cause women’s violence—especially against men—to be trivialized.” Continue reading

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What Justin Bieber and Gold Diggers Can Teach Us About Feminism

“Basketball Wives” sends this message: “Why bother spending money on a college degree, when if you play your cards right and don’t use a condom — or poke holes in one — you can be financially set for life.” Continue reading

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