One writer's reflections on how gender roles have changed in the 21st century-- or have they, really?
Now we all know how modern western culture celebrates women and femininity as superior and more precious than men and masculinity. That is not news to anyone older than four. I’ve written before that I think this is one of the reasons for men...
The universal Declaration of human rights which was adopted by the United nations general assembly in 1948 outlined the fundamental consensus on human rights of everybody in relation to such matters as freedom of movement, religion and...
Why it is important that women begin appreciating the powerful gift of her feminine energy and her unique ability to uplift mankind, according to Rabbi Boteach.
Everyone LOVES the nice girl.She is non-threatening, does not make waves, and generally is easy to get along with. However, there is a subconsious underside to the nice girl......and IT'S NOT PRETTY!
I don't want to be sexist, but I’m afraid that this movement is problematic.
Queen Kaahumanu, favorite wife of Kamehameha the Great was one of the world's first feminists. Through social savvy, political maneuvering, and physical battle she toppled the Hawaiian's ancient kapu for women.
Married women in Britain and Ireland had no rights to their children. When a woman got married she legally became the property of her husband. Any money or property she inherited from her parents also became the property of the husband. The woman had no rights to her children
Redefining the gender roles in the 21st century; a visual perspective showing challenges