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Neurosexism: our brains aren't really that different.

Neurosexism: our brains aren't really that different.

...we are rarely grateful for the things we perceive cost us nothing. #perception

This Teacher Taught His Class A Powerful Lesson About Privilege. Seriously.

...we are rarely grateful for the things we perceive cost us nothing. #perception

 blunt but the truth. Why do people say it's a social issue! I married who I wanted to marry, why can't everyone marry who they want to marry!

blunt but the truth. Why do people say it's a social issue! I married who I wanted to marry, why can't everyone marry who they want to marry!

What do you think when someone says “I’m not a feminist?” They might not mean what you think. If you identify as a feminist, check out some of the reasons people don’t.  And if you don’t call yourself a feminist, see if you find some of your reasons here. The stories in this comic can help us all have more respect for the wide range of ways we stand up to oppression. Intersectionality.

What do you think when someone says “I’m not a feminist?” They might not mean what you think. If you identify as a feminist, check out some of the reasons people don’t. And if you don’t call yourself a feminist, see if you find some of your reasons here. The stories in this comic can help us all have more respect for the wide range of ways we stand up to oppression. Intersectionality.

From One Degree to Another - Seeing A Woman: a conversation between father and son, something I would have my son read

From One Degree to Another - Seeing A Woman: a conversation between father and son, something I would have my son read

Thank you, Professor Wheeler, for articulating one of the main reasons I was so uncomfortable with the last election. I Hope Obama Wins, But I’m Still Mad at Him | History News Network

Thank you, Professor Wheeler, for articulating one of the main reasons I was so uncomfortable with the last election. I Hope Obama Wins, But I’m Still Mad at Him | History News Network

Trauma Transference Syndrome (TTS) --- it is a bad bad habit that once (or repeatedly in the past) helped you survive

Trauma Transference Syndrome (TTS) --- it is a bad bad habit that once (or repeatedly in the past) helped you survive

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