Unpacking Feminism’s Backpack

As a note, I will be using “we” in this essay. It’s difficult because “we” is not easily defined and I am not an authority. “We” will always be more complex than words can cover. “We” always lacks in various representation and “we” does not always cover “we.” I will use it in reference to mainstream feminism, “we” as those who align ourselves with that cause. ‘Cause “we” needs some work. Read More Unpacking Feminism’s Backpack

Controlling Language

How would you communicate what a dictatorship felt like if you were never taught how to describe oppression? It’s seems a somewhat absurd question if you were raised in the West. Yet the same idea is still applicable to plenty of first world situations. Read More Controlling Language