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By Evangelina Samuell
When you are called too many names, sometimes they all come to an end.
"Societal standards of what sacrifices must be made in the pursuit of beauty affect all women..." (Berman, par. 7).
An article that considers challenging gender stereotypes through children's reading.
By I Am Me Deal
A poem written by me, based on the stereo types and flaws of society. Sort of??
By Waqas Baloch
this is my first English short story, i wrote in my high school aiming to challenge the stereotypes of gender. Please note that English is my second language, so please comment with exceptions.
This piece is about my traumatic experience when I went for a visit to my country in the middle east. Nothing's really been the same since then. A lot of people hate on Arabs because they generalize that we are all terrorists. We are NOT. I honestly don't care if it sounds more like a story than...
WE'RE QUITE CULTURED AND BRIGHT ACTUALLY...IF YOU DON'T MIND!
By The Anonymous Teenager
Drew Wong loves his friend group. It is composed of freshman boys with the exception of Camen, a junior nerd that happens to fit in better with freshman than his own class. They all smoke every weekend and go to rock concerts every month. There is one other exception to this rule-- Dizzy...
some thoughts after watching a comedy routine.
Miscellaneous | Updated Aug 20, 2013 | Reads: 42 | Comments: 3 | Likes: 5
By Marylin Margaret
The first rant I ever wrote down, even though this goes through my head on a daily basis. Welcome to the life of an introvert who wishes to be anything but one.
By Celeste Moons
How to make a wonderful dog funeral.
Poetry | Updated Jun 13, 2013 | Reads: 17 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
just some random thoughts on femininity and the image.
By Ben Eddings
Hears to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The crazy ones. People might see psycho rampagers, but we see genius' getting to work on this world. We call them: The Band of Misfits.
I'm not entirely sure what this is about yet. I'll change this the more I write.
Consider this a debate, a discussion, a cry for help, a peaceful riot of sorts, I don't know. Here's an inside eye to the REAL America, through the eyes of someone who hasn't yet experienced a lot of the things that an adult has, someone who hasn't officially joined a religion or political...