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This is a story reflecting reality, something which Still happens with women, something that is wrong.
I actually wrote it for a competition, and i thought maybe i should share it with people.
Short Story | Updated Jul 12, 2011 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
When Ali Truman accuses well respected barrister Eric Noal of rape, the small town of Eagle Park is turned upside down. As the case gets underway, it seems that everybody is convinced of Eric Noal's innocence, despite the evidence and detailed testimonies of Ali, her family and friends. In the...
I had to put of with cold criticism of how I couldn't be "black" enough for years. It hurt until I finally became comfortable with the fact that proper subject-verb agreement is a commendable show of intelligence. I won't apologize if this offends. It's just a simple, widely ignored reality.
Poetry | Updated May 27, 2011 | Reads: 2 | Comments: 4 | Likes: 8
It has been 2 years since Zombies came out to the world. They have started coming out all over the world.
Gabriel Walker has been a Zombie for 10 years and in that time he has been discriminated or hated for what he is. Because of this he has changed schools numerous times. This time he will be...
Here is a short story I wrote earlier this year, it got a half decent mark, so I hope you enjoy it as much as the teacher did.
By Darren Chaker
The California Public Records Act allows people to obtain various types of information, including police officer name and rank. Police sometimes reject such requests by intertwining the request for name and rank information with 'personnel records.' As the below article articulates, full name...
Goldivera is an orphan girl living alone in Japan. She inherited raven-black hair from her father and deep blue eyes from her English mother. Her clear foreign descent makes it difficult for her to make friends, but she has a childhood friend who has stuck by her side for many years. A best...
By Rude Dude
The story deals with a young boy of 12 who always felt dejected in his family in front of his twin brother. the discrimination he felt made him so bitter that he was not much devastated at his brother's death. but one shattering truth made a lot of difference!
A heartwarming story celebrating the triumph of spirit over the ravages of prejudice.
â€œWe the dogs are known for faithfulness, affection and love,â€ â€œIf we were evolved from wolves and wild dogs, itâ€™s hard to see a connection,â€ pondered, Rani, a female Golden Cocker Spaniel.
â€œThere is something called mutation that occurs during...
About a real life experience I encountered from myspace with someone esle.
'la bella vita' is an inspiring novel about disability and the barriers that it forces between friends. It brings to the mind wether or not someone with a disability is really disabled or just different from us. It leaves the reader questioning the way we treat those who aren't just like...
By Charlotte Jayne
Ever considered the alternative? Is this a nation of freedom and choice?
When the ambivalence/self connection is recognized, tolerant attitudes towards others follow. When the opposite occurs, -- when the ambivalence/self connection goes unrecognized, prejudiced attitudes towards others is the result. From time to time, I will share some of my university papers, and...
My bullying ordeal WARNING: Ver enmotional!