Stereotypes stories, books, poems, and more

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An essay I had originally written in a French literature exam about a month ago. I thought I should translate it and post it here. c: Read More
Evolving stereotypes with attraction. Read More

Essay / Other

April 18, 2016

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Who am I? I am a girl. But what does that really mean? To some people, being a girl is like being dainty, flawless, beautiful, and weak. Being a girl isn’t about that. Being a girl is what you were born like. It doesn’t limit anything else. Read More

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We ignore and we don't think. And if we think, we barely do. Maybe if we colored ourselves in thought, Maybe if we thought rather than jump, Maybe the world would be better, Maybe if we thought... But we don't. And we won't ever. PS: I decided to write the… Read More

Poem / Poetry

January 27, 2016

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I wrote this poem for my English Class about MY America. This poem includes hurtful stereotypes, but it's not what I think, it's kind of the general stereotypes that follow every race. Read More
Addressing the topic of the stereotypes of greek like. Read More
Stereotyping. High school has taught me a lot of things about stereotypes and stereotyping. Maybe, it's good to stand out from the crowd... be one of a kind!!! Read More

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When you are called too many names, sometimes they all come to an end. Read More
An article that considers challenging gender stereotypes through children's reading. Read More
A poem written by me, based on the stereo types and flaws of society. Sort of?? Read More

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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. Read More

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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… Read More

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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… Read More

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WE'RE QUITE CULTURED AND BRIGHT ACTUALLY...IF YOU DON'T MIND! Read More

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some thoughts after watching a comedy routine. Read More
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. Read More

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How to make a wonderful dog funeral. Read More

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just some random thoughts on femininity and the image. Read More

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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. Read More

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Andie doesn't really speak; ever. She watches people, her classmates mainly. She's not creepy, or at least she thinks so. But she admires, and wonders. She would love to have friends, but she doesn't know how. The Girl Who is Perfect has the opportunity to change Andie's world forever, and… Read More

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A hard-hitting novel that spans all genders and ages. As this is my first ever full length novel, I will be writing in chunks as and when the motivation and inspiration come to me. I would absolutely LOVE if you could drop me a comment. Thank you! Read More
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… Read More

Book / Young Adult

December 31, 2012

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Lyric Perkins--The girl who is invisible to everyone...who know one cares about...her dad is a politician and blames him for the death of her mother. She doesn't care what people have to say and keeps to herself. She's smart and that's why everyone she assumes she's the quiet nerd girl...but… Read More

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A young African-American girl struggles to break free from the cycle. "The Way Things Were" is an engaging memoir directed towards recounting the life of an urban teen who eventually manages to rise above the stereotypes. Read More

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I've written this up for anyone at all. Whether you are new to writing or you are old enough to be my grandma and you've been writing since age 5, I hope this will help. This is going to be my opinions on story ideas, story titles, plots, characters, author's… Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 27, 2011

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My view on society. Well, partially anyway. Read More

Poem / Poetry

November 26, 2011

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This is a poem exploring the feelings of a few different people, focusing on the passage through life and seizing the day. And all right, I'll admit it, I wanted to rag on stereotypes a little, I couldn't resist (: Read More
They say.. and they say and they say.. "they" and their words give life.. or death. Read More
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