Monthly Archives: November 2014

That Harry Potter Girl.

Emma Watson. “It is time that we all see gender as a spectrum instead of two sets of opposing sides”. -Emma Watson.     Advertisements

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An Amazonian Princess.

Wonder Woman. “You obviously have little regard for womanhood. You must learn respect.” -Wonder Woman. Wonder Woman is a woman who combines intellect, beauty and great physical skills. Although she could deflect bullets off of her bracelets and drive an … Continue reading

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A Bunny’s Tale.

Gloria Steinem. “Don’t think about making women fit the world- think about making the world fit women”. -Gloria Steinem.    

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An Inquiring Photographer.

Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy “She’s round-eyed, clever and wants to go into journalism” -Editor of The Washington Times-Herald.   Before she became Mrs Kennedy; the First Lady of America, Jacqueline Bouvier was hired as an ‘Inquiring Photographer’ for The Washington Times-Herald.  As … Continue reading

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The Noblewoman of Shiring.

Aliena of Shiring. “It did not occur to them that a woman could be dangerous. How foolish they were.” -Ken Follett, The Pillars of the Earth. As the main female protagonist of Ken Follett’s epic medieval masterpiece, The Pillars of the … Continue reading

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