Feminism 201- The Modern Woman

by Daniella Djiogan Society says she’s promiscuous because she wears a short skirt She’s paid less than her male co-worker because she’s a woman She wears tons of makeup in order to hide her insecurities She can’t be the president or CEO because that’s a male dominant occupation She must be married by her 27th birthday…

Confession of a Modern Woman

by Devina Gunawan I grew up with boys. I know how their biological structures are, and how women’s are. And I know that the world sees women’s structures as biological disadvantage. Compared to men, apparently. I grew up with ideas that I could do what men could. That I could be whatever I wanted. I…

Love in the Era of Madness

By Devina Gunawan They say, there is someone out there for you. Snow White sang, “I’m wishing, for the one I love to find me today.” I find it amusing how that bloody song could get stuck in my head for so long. But I grew up that way, thinking that there was a prince…