What’s the worst thing you can call a woman? Don’t hold back, now. You’re...– Full frontal feminism: a young women’s guide to why feminism matters By Jessica Valenti
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II. Graduation day the sun shines like it knows about suffering, like it knows it’ll be the one to one day put the Earth out of its misery, and when Mrs. Collon pulls me in by the shoulder to tell me about the strength to the backbone of a dream she’s crying because she walks with a limp and knows reality is stronger. III. On the other side of the country a rarity of a boy with a wishbone and...
Belief…is the insistence that the truth is what one would ‘lief’ or (will or)...– Alan Watts