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Posts tagged as “Feminism”

Feminism vs. Humanism

What might seem like a mere linguistic preference has become a raging debate: is feminism still an important movement in and of itself, or has the term become outdated, better…

But … men!

Nothing annoys me more than when a discussion about feminism is derailed by the question “but what about men?” Whoever poses this question never takes the time to extrapolate on…

The Trent Feminist Society

Trent University, a campus rife with political discourse. This past year, the discussions that have taken place on campus have created movements many students may not even be aware of.…

Letters to the Editor: Issue 20

Re: A Call for Love With varying rates of success, Arthur has been publishing the occasional satire piece this semester. Ana Maria Zapata’s “A Call for Love” (Arthur Issue 19)…

So that’s what a feminist looks like…

“You’re such a feminist!” is the statement she makes toward me, about me. “What?! No…” is the next thing I hear as a friend of mine comes to my defense.…

A Call for Love

As Valentine’s Day approaches, the theme of love and hearts is more likely to be prominent everywhere we look around, including in our paper, the Arthur. Shockingly this week’s issue…

Editorial: Why are so few women in politics?

Why are there so few women in politics? I think the wrong answer is “well, women don’t care about politics.” I think women are quite political. So why does this…

YWCA and Trent Groups Organize Women In Politics Workshop

On Saturday, January 25, the Peterborough/Haliburton YWCA, along with the Trent University Politics Society (TUPS) and the Trent Feminist Society, will be hosting “Women In Politics: A Roadmap” at the…

TMSA Hosts Islam and Feminism Discussion

The event took place on October 3. Abdullah started the discussion by asking everyone what feminism means to them. People then spoke about how feminism can shape change and what…

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