Category Archives: Feminism
Photographer Stephanie Sinclair and writer Cynthia Gorney investigate the world of prearranged child marriage, where girls as young as five are forced to wed. Advertisements
Christina Aguilera feat. Lil’ Kim – Can’t Hold Us Down “This is for my girls… This is for my girls all around the world Who’ve come across a man who don’t respect your worth Thinking all women should be seen, … Continue reading
These are beautiful portraits of independent women, depicted with dignity, from the National Art Museum in Minsk.
Tina Enghoffs (danish photographer) work seven is based on women who comes to Denmark via marrige to seek citizenship. The “seven years rule” means that they can be expelled if they are divorced within their first seven years of marriage. … Continue reading
“NO” means NO. “Not Now” means NO. “Maybe Later” means NO. “I Have A Boy/Girlfriend” means NO. “No Thanks” means NO. “You’re Not My Type” means NO. “Fuck Off!” means NO. “I’d Rather Be Alone Right Now” means NO. “Don’t … Continue reading