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The Birth Right

The scenario: A very pregnant Palestinian woman boards an airliner in Mexico City, Mexico. She’s on a non-stop flight directly to Toronto, Canada. While in route over the United States she gives birth to a male child. From Toronto she … Continue reading

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Feminism Defined: by The Twentieth Man

    Feminism: fem′i•nism (fĕm′ĭ•niz’m), n.   a negative double-construct; feminine + ism; the suffix ism (usually positive) indicative of ideology, belief, and concomitant actions. Slogans of a like nature. The root word feminine also being a construct, the suffix … Continue reading

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