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A Constant Struggle: Feminism and Women's Rights in the Modern World

Opinion posted over a year ago
Being a Woman
(c)Lisa Regna, A Write to Heal
"The mystery of our time is the inability of decent people to get angry."-- Eric Hoffer

I'm going to ask you a question right now, and you can feel free to answer honestly. Do you consider yourself a feminist?

After reading the responses to _lina_'s pick on feminism, I decided to remind everyone here, particularly women in the western world, what feminism today is really about.
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8 Simple Ways that HIMYM is different from Friends

Opinion posted over a year ago
How I Met Your Mother Even Perez Hilton sometimes compares these shows. I like both, but prefer HIMYM. There are many simple reasons why they are different, so here are just a few:

1) 5 vs 6: This may seem extremely minor, but it is a very different dynamic. The plot lines of Friends episodes often (but not always) follow 3 pairs of the Friends doing various things together. On HIMYM there seems to be more intermingling of plots (in my opinion).

2) Inspiration: HIMYM is loosely based on Carter and Craig's lives. They are the creators of the show and the idea started somewhat...
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Nightwish introduce to the new fans

Opinion posted over a year ago
Nightwish Product Description
You may not know Nightwish yet, but the Finnish goth-orchestral-metal band is a phenomenon throughout the rest of the world. The group's fifth album, the platinum-certified Once, hit #1 over the summer on the Pan-European charts, and stayed there for three weeks. Behind them? The Beastie Boys, Avril Lavigne, Norah Jones and Usher, among others. So who or what is this band? On first listen, Nightwish seems to fall into the same genre as Evanescence, Lacuna Coil and the Gathering--female-fronted metal band with symphonic and gothic overtones. But any similarities end...
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