Why does immortality only belong to the dead?
The word yoni inherently marginalizes. It privileges one type of “South Asian” over another and instantly undermines any sense of unity that might exist in the South Asian identity.
It can, and should, be useful to examine the different kinds of polygamists out there, and whether or not the basic tenets of their personal beliefs can create an atmosphere where the impregnation of thirteen-year-old girls is considered just fine and dandy.
Any good idea can get hijacked for the sake of advancing asininity, and feminism is no exception. Back in college, flyers tacked up on the walls of computer labs read that “feminism is the radical notion that women are people.” I agree. I’ve always felt human (except for that one year when the immortal genius …
“Dear God, I’ve just discovered an enraged king cobra under my seat, please do something!”…?
Just because nobody was wearing Chanel does not mean that there was no beauty.
In this Southern North American region, it is expected of the women to make impassioned New Year’s resolutions to lose weight and look younger.
Las Vegas only makes an impression if you don’t look past the illusion. Peek beyond the veil that the corporations have cast and its nothing more than a series of asphalt lanes and bus routes. For a tourist it bears the promise of endless pleasure, salivating strippers, heaving hedonism. For a resident, on the other …
The cult of personal appearance – like a creature from a horror movie – is eating away at our brains and hearts.
Today’s ineffective, shallow discourse on women’s rights