What do you get your friend that is interested in politics and zombies? I know that I just wrote a post about books, but I promise this is the last one for a while. This is a little last minute, but I wanted to make a quick gift guide for your political friends or friends … Continue reading a holiday book guide for the feminists and activists in your life
Some of you may know that I am currently doing an Independent Study Class about global feminism and gender imperialism. You might want to read my post about confronting western feminism and motherhood. When I was creating the “syllabus” or list of books and literature that I wanted to read, I struggled. I had a lot of trouble … Continue reading a global feminist book list
I know the election is probably what everyone is focusing on right now, but I’m not ready to write about it yet. So here’s another post about global feminism. If you read my “why don’t we confront western feminism” post, then you probably know that this semester I am taking an independent study class about … Continue reading feminism: motherhood vs. sisterhood
Hopefully, this post is going to make a lot of the feminists and global citizens better and more conscious of the realities of the world and women. This semester, I had the opportunity to create my own independent study class and curriculum. Something I’ve started becoming more dedicated to is furthering my feminist knowledge and … Continue reading why do we avoid confronting western feminism?
I’ve read a lot of nonfiction in the past, but until now, it’s been limited to feminist ideology and American politics. However, this booklist features a very diverse set of authors and topics, even though they are all connected by a general theme of politics, foreign affairs, and feminism. A fun fact about all these … Continue reading another political + nonfiction book list
I was recently reminded of the blatant lack of diversity that still plagues our classrooms. I go through this every year. Back to school sales are popping up as everyone prepares for next year. No matter how unconventional that year is going to be, students are preparing and buying supplies. Among those supplies are … Continue reading let’s talk about the missing diversity in english class
I love books a lot. I specifically love gender studies, political ideology, and classics. However, I noticed something recently as I was looking for more books to read during this quarantine. All of the books I’m looking at are written by white men. And the books that haven’t been written by white people are … Continue reading why can’t i find a book written by author of color?
It’s the beginning of a new month which means a new bullet journal spread. I feel like I’ve been talking a lot about serious stuff on this blog, which isn’t bad, but I think this post will be a nice refresher. The colors and theme are a little brighter than I usually go for … Continue reading my june bullet journal
I was planning and writing a blog post about two of my favorite topics, minority representation, and books! This post is going to be the intro to that bigger and more serious posts. I wanted to do this booklist first to be a little more optimistic and because what better to do, since we are … Continue reading my book list written by minorities
Recently, I’ve been thinking about why I blog about politics and feminism. The main reason I could think of was that I have become a better global citizen and activist. This is post is going to be mainly about how blogging and writing have impacted me, but also about what a global citizen is … Continue reading how has blogging helped me as a global citizen
I thought that I may have been overdoing it with all of the heavy political writing, SOO this is going to be a calm, normal bullet journal post! I think that it’s important to note that I love writing about politics and feminism, but I also like bullet journaling. If you are interested in … Continue reading my may bullet journal
During this quarantine period, I made the plan to read… A LOT. I normally read a pretty good amount outside of school, usually a new book a week, but I’m taking advantage of all this free time to read even more. Although the first book is the only political nonfiction book I’ve read during this … Continue reading my political book guide
I recently wrote a post about classic literature and feminism. I hinted at a blog post dedicated to classic authors like Henry James and Jane Austen. Throughout the past few months, I have read a lot of classic books for fun. That might seem a little crazy to some people, a year ago it would’ve … Continue reading was jane austen a feminist?
‘ I love books. When I’m not reading, I’m online looking at thrift books. I particularly like classics and gender studies. But this post is not about gender studies books. After reading books like The Bell Jar and The Portrait of a Lady, I was left with a lot of thoughts and questions. Does having a strong … Continue reading let’s talk about classic literature and feminism
Ever since I really got into social science books, I’ve noticed how similar a lot of them are. That being said, I recently finished the 600+ page, Second Sex by Simone de Beauvoir. It’s become one of my favorite books, but if it hadn’t been for one of my teachers, I never would’ve read … Continue reading my feminist book guide
Are you a feminist who likes watching movies but get’s tired of the same sexist movie tropes? I love movies, mainly older ones, but sometimes the ideas shown get me so angry, I have trouble enjoying the movie. I did a feminist book list which a lot of you said was really helpful. There are … Continue reading my feminist movie list
It’s that time again, SCHOOL IS STARTING SOON! I’m actually very excited, I know that’s probably surprising, but I can’t wait to get back into a routine. This day was very productive and got me in the back to school mood, so I documented it. There was a little shopping, some cleaning, and more … Continue reading a day in the life: back to school
I’ve written a lot of posts about feminism but I’ve never really touched on why I’m a feminist. There are different reasons for everyone, that I enjoy hearing, so I thought I would write my story. This is going to be a short post, but I would also like to hear your stories too, … Continue reading why i’m a feminist
There’s nothing like a good old bullet journal spread post to get you ready for a new month. The theme is a simple version of a book theme and has the same color palette throughout the entire spread. I kept things pretty simple, other than a few of the doodles. It’s also one of … Continue reading my august bullet journal!
Okay, if you’ve read part 1 you’ve seen this, but here’s the small spiel: We all say we want to help the environment, but that means more than just buying a trendy reusable straw. One of the biggest contributing factors some of the worlds most prominent problems has to do with fashion. As much … Continue reading what’s going on with fast fashion pt 2
As I’ve mentioned, many obnoxious times, I decided to read a lot this summer. I figured that during the school year I wouldn’t be able to read the books I really wanted to. Taking advantage of this time, I’m reading books that I really want to. These are books, that have given me … Continue reading a feminist-activist booklist
I was gone from the blogging world for a while. Then, I made this post, and then instead of returning, I still didn’t blog. But now I’m back. For real this time. This post is discussing why I left, what’s going on this summer, some goals, and a bunch of other things. Enjoy!
Hello Everyone! I am soooo excited about this post because this is probably my favorite spread I’ve ever done. At the end of February, my bullet journal ran out of space, so I ordered a new one and set it up. I’ll post an overview of the bullet journal set up on my Instagram, but … Continue reading My March Bullet Journal Spread! stars, zodiac, space and more!
About The Blog This blog is all about feminism, activism, and politics! You are definitely going to see a lot of posts about feminism, empowerment, voting, current events, ways you can participate, book recommendations, and so many more important topics. Overall, this blog is meant to be a safe space where we can ALL learn … Continue reading About