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Random First Lines:I cannot sleep till she wakes, When she wakes I must sleep. Its always this way, and yet, I love her. She is distant, and she is beautiful and she... » Read
This is a spoken word poem, meant to be performed. I hope reading it can do some good too. Enjoy.
This is my take on a social problem that isn't really discussed that much. I am well aware that though times have change, women are still fighting for equality. But, I think sexism doesn't only neglect women, it also neglects men. One example of this is domestic violence against a men. Every...
By Elton Camp
Antiquated views on gender roles
Poetry | Updated Jan 27, 2014 | Reads: 15 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
A very basic poem, one of the quickest I ever wrote. Please let me know what you guys think!
By Hanna Anaz
This is a bit angrier than the poems I generally write, but I've heard many sexist words before and this poem encapsulates my thought's. Hope you enjoy it and please leave comments. Thanks.
One night a woman in stockinged feet runs to Louise's grandmothers door.
just some random thoughts on femininity and the image.
I wrote this after an assembly about prejudice and discrimination
By Silence Too Loud
(written on my flight to Minnesota) She would tell her that she hated her, but that wouldn't be lady like.
Short Story | Updated Feb 14, 2013 | Reads: 9 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
Little girls, from the moment they are old enough to watch their first Disney Princess film, are under siege. Under siege to conform to unrealistic expectations both in body and in mind, are told, subliminally, that their worth as individuals is tied up with finding their 'prince'. They are...
By H Ein
Written to inform the reader of the sexist ideologies attached to removal of their body hair by women
Essay | Updated Dec 9, 2012 | Reads: 23 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
By Arly Ro
Abuse on men caused my women. Double standards?
The new age is brought about through war and genocide, bringing about the elevation of one gender and the diminishment of another. The First Empress is ruthless, eradicating all stains of the past to bring about her vision of utopia.
Only one person stands in her way.
5-Saffron-N-Dakota is a machine that once embodied the traits of humanity, brought out of stasis to fulfill one final mission. Will he succeed? And what will the price of his success be?
The Bureau of Parity ensures and enforces equality, but at what price? And who is willing to sacrifice everything to bring about its demise?