Their freedom is being heavily restricted, and their rights are being violated, all under the guise of protecting them.
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Alexandra Zalokosta is a Greek third year Medicine student. She is passionate about climate justice, women’s issues and empowerment, and art in all forms. She strongly believes in the power of knowledge and political discourse. Currently Alexandra is serving as the Environmental Impact & Health Current Event Reporter of The Clandestine. [Featured Image: Crayon drawing…
The European community seems blind to this crime against humanity in some situations
Contains mentions of sexual, racial, and homophobic violence/discrimination, and spoilers for Bridgerton, I May Destroy You, and It’s a Sin
The revolting injustice of the whole situation seems to be a consensus amongst many politicians and further isolates the government from any political allies and support.
“My own sex, I hope, will excuse me, if I treat them like rational creatures, instead of flattering their fascinating graces, and viewing them as if they were in a state of perpetual childhood, unable to stand alone.”
Whilst patriarchal oppression is the default state many female small-town residents unconsciously accept and internalise, there are also shining examples of women this system has failed to intimidate.
From the onset of puberty, girls are taught to fear their sexual nature and hide their bodies as changes in their physical appearance reveal an ‘impure’ part of themselves.
Does these things make me happy? Am I fulfilled by them?
Increasing the student’s encounter with feminist ideas on a textual level is great, but is unlikely to be effective on its own,
This self-imposed attraction definitely took a heavy toll on my mental health during my teenage years. That is what comp het can do.