Feminism stories, books, poems, and more

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The Review Chain House

TW/CW: poem covers PTSD which could be mildly triggering for some Read More

Book / Poetry

September 10, 2021

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The Booksie Classic House

A poetry book about depression, self-love, growth and much more through the words of a college kid with a rapidly declining mental health. These poems are in no particular order. Read More
The great land of Tailles was blessed by goddess Terra. The goddess allowed for cultivation, hunting, and fishing to prosper. The rich soil of the land was a gift given by the goddess, making the people who toiled away at it happy to do so. Princess Anahit was brought up… Read More
I am a woman, but it is always ‘I’, which shall decide for me ‘How I Am A Woman’ and not the populist generic identities. Womanhood is a blessing but what ‘I’ accept ‘womanhood’ and ‘empowerment’ as, is definitively a conscious-judicious enterprise of ‘power’ I acquire through personal initiatives. Man… Read More

Short Story / Young Adult

July 01, 2021

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The Booksie Classic House

The arms of womanhood. Read More
¿Qué es nacer mujer en un mundo de hombres? Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 25, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

Cover photo by Priyal R. Photography. Read More

Featured Review by G. Quaglia

"Holy. Shit. That's about all I have to say, aside from WOW. That sure was a ride, and I loved every second of it. I felt these waves of exciteme..." Read More

Poem / Poetry

September 11, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

When someone abuses your trust, especially as a teenage girl, it can be enough to shatter your world. But in that shattering, you can break the glass ceiling to the universe and discover the beauty and power that exists within you. Read More

Featured Review by Criss Sole

"I thought this was an excellent poem, and i loved the imagery you created using metaphors. I loved the line, "A pixelated blade met my throat...." Read More

I can not see you, therefore you can not see me Read More
I wrote this after reading A Handmaid's Tale. The main lady of the house was known for her book, "A Woman's Place." So I began to think, where exactly is a woman's place? Read More

Tags: feminism

Article / Other

June 12, 2020

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The Booksie Classic House

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The Booksie Classic House

New York, 2040. In the near future, women who have lost their jobs due to powerful men, lash out at society, and inflict their revenge on them. And, as a result, they become assassins. Read More
well its more about a developing india and how we fight Read More
A essay on the new feminist horror movie "Black Christmas", (2019). Read More
The subjective truth surronding this crazy life we all are apart off. The self pro claimed shrink understands how real life is, not just some theoretical BS from the early to mid 1900s. Ask and you will we answered. Enjoy. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 18, 2019

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The Booksie Classic House

It's your time to blossom! Read More

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The Booksie Classic House

My tongue-in-cheek response to the women's lib movement. Read More
The prequel to Sir Ridley Scott and Dan O'Bannon's "Alien" movie from 1979. _____ Before Third Officer Ellen Ripley was on board the ill-fated "Nostromo" space ship, with her cat Jones, she is recruited by The Company, in the year nineteen seventy-eight, as a strong-willed feminist worker who breaks the… Read More
A way to channel anger. I've included context below for anyone interested. Cover from Unsplash Read More

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