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Health, Rights, Life

Why Late Term Abortions Exist

People who reluctantly say they're okay with abortions but stipulate that they are against late term abortions are saying this because they are lacking information on why abortions are performed so late in the game. It's important to understand that no... Continue Reading →

What’s the meaning of triangulation tactic?

Triangulation can take many forms: Third party reinforcements Recruiting allies as a form of bullying. The goal is to force their partner into accepting their viewpoint through the use of persuasion, embarrassment, majority rules or guilt. In healthy relationship, partners... Continue Reading →

World Gratitude Day

Today marks World Gratitude Day. Expressing gratitude is one of the most important things you can do. When you show gratitude, not only do you influence the world's vibe in a positive way, but you show people how much they... Continue Reading →

What is dyslexia?

I have dyslexia and so does my child has it is genetic. Understanding what it dyslexia means helps to find ways/methods to deal with it. At its most basic explanation, dyslexia is a language-based learning disability. Dyslexia refers to a... Continue Reading →

Law Enforcement Discriminates

Trigger Warning: Discussion of murder. When women or any other marginalised groups are devalued in the eyes of society and discriminated against, it also adds additional roadblocks when it comes to getting taken seriously by police. "You can have great... Continue Reading →

Unsolicited Dick Pics

I find it quite shocking that so many people defend the guys sending the unsolicited dick pics to women. They feel that it's no big deal and that people should just ignore it and "get over it". That advice doesn't... Continue Reading →

Feeling disconnected?

I was wondering why so many people aren't more worried about our environment and resources. Maybe the reason why greed is winning over taking care of the source of human life is that we are too disconnected with the beauty... Continue Reading →

Hibah Rahmani – Rocket Engineer

Hibah Rahmani, is a Pakistani born woman, who survived the war in the Gulf, lived as a refugee in the desert and then became a rocket engineer at NASA. Hibah's family moved to Kuwait when she was a baby. Hibah... Continue Reading →

Review: Glow

I should start this review by saying that I am not a wrestling fan.When I watched the Pilot episode, I wasn't convinced I would like a show about women wrestling. I decided to give it a shot because I had... Continue Reading →

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