I looked up Forbes' list of the world's most powerful people. Two out of the first twenty were women. Two. Only. Two. We are talking about a ten percent here, whereas women are 52 percent of the world's population. Why is the world led by MEN? Why is power seen
The one thing no one tells you about, no one warns you about, is period sexism. Or, more precisely period shame. Here, I will tell you what nobody dares:
When the girls in my school or sports team got their first period, most of them were proud to be a woman.
I have talked to many people about quotas. I have read so many articles about the quota. So many that there's barely anything if anything at all that I haven't read about it. Still, I can't say whether I'm a fan of it or not. All the other feminists I
Let's talk about feminism: Because being a feminist as a teenage girl is many things but easy.
So what is feminism? For me, being a feminist means fighting as hard as I can to make sure that, one day, my daughters won't have to grow up with the problems I'm growing
A particularly annoying side effect of being a girl is knowing that I will always be judged on what I wear, no matter how intelligent I might be. Everybody looks at me before they listen; that's normal. The thing that really gives the problem is that people listen to me