beyourself, feminism, metoo, survival, true-story

Rusted Memories — Danger in “Little Oslo”

Rusted Memories — Danger in “Little Oslo” Not just a matter of believing, but a matter of truth Adelboden, Switzerland [By user Filzstift on de.wikipedia, Adelboden, CC BY-SA 3.0] There is power in a story shared. When one woman tells her story, another will say yes, that happened to me too. I think it’s important
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beyourself, feminism, sacred-feminine, spiritual-growth, women-empowerment

How a Father’s Daughter Become a Warrior Woman

Explorations in Feminine Power Image: Pixabay I grew up adoring my father. He was the smartest man I’d ever known in person. When I had science projects, he came up with interesting ideas and then lovingly helped me create them — everything from the ubiquitous elemenatary school volcano to a study on the
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beyourself, feminism, personal-development, relationships, sex

I Adopted These Awesome ways to Pleasure Myself (As a Woman)

I Adopted These Awesome Ways to Pleasure Myself (As a Woman) Pleasuring yourself is not always as simple as it sounds Learn these ways to make your solo experience unforgettable. I remember the first time I experienced the fun of masturbating. It was in the shower and the feeling of the
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feminism, liberalism, open-future, philosophy, politics

The scandalous love affair that fuelled John Stuart Mill’s feminism

Was Harriet Taylor Mill the great liberal thinker’s secret muse? Amid the sooty London fog of the mid 1800s, John Stuart Mill was a rare feminist. His most famous work, “On Liberty”, championed “giving full freedom to human nature”, yet it was his essay, “The Subjection of Women”, ten years later,
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