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women’s rights

Traveling Alone Can Empower Women

Traveling alone is a terrifying thought, especially if you haven’t done it before. Imagine:  you’ll be in a place you’re not familiar with and you don’t know anyone.  Of course, you need to make sure that you stay safe. There’s no one to trust but yourself. “Can I really travel[…]

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How Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Made History

About Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez As a teenager, Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez always spoke her mind about political topics at school and at home. According to her mother, Blanca Ocasio-Cortez, “I saw the political tendencies since she was very, very young.” Ms. Ocasio-late Cortez’s late father, Sergio Ocasio, is an architect born and raised[…]

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TikTok Women Empowerment Trends

TikTok rose to fame in 2019.  It is an outlet for countless information.  Best of all, it’s not only for entertainment purposes but also for awareness.  But that’s just part of the story… People from different walks of life use TikTok to share various information and valuable tips. Doctors, dermatologists,[…]

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When Women Vote

When women vote, we commit to the process and have hope for the future.  Of course, people vote for a variety of reasons, and women are no exception.  To vote is to act on the belief that individually, we can make a difference. Not sure if you are going to[…]

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Moms Working From Home

“Moms working from home” and “stay-at-home Moms”   When I hear those words, I know exactly what it means. It’s a gift but at the same time, it’s a huge and selfless responsibility. Your typical day is rarely just “your” day.  Moms who work from home or stay-at-home Moms (SAHMs) often[…]

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How To Become More Assertive

Becoming more assertive can be difficult, especially when you grow up being a people-pleaser such as myself!  Most of us don’t want any problems or confrontations. Whenever I was in the wrong, I was always quick to try and understand my wrongdoing, so there’d be no more problems. Since this[…]

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Disasters and Horrible Effects on Women

Disasters and their effects on women are not often explored or discussed. Many of us, our friends and families, are being affected.  After doing my research, there is no doubt that women are more affected by disasters than men. For example, after Cyclone Nargis in 2008, 61 percent of fatalities[…]

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