Reviews

Feminism: the significance of the bridge

I think it was a while ago, when I was at a convention, that a conversation striked up about the role that gender plays in society between a liberal feminist and male. Eventually the argument degenerated into the stigma attached to both gender; though it was plainly obvious to myself, and the crowd around me,… Continue reading Feminism: the significance of the bridge

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Poetry

The day the music died

I would not be one to be contained of mind, the day the music died. Malificent of conjuring aquitraces It’s pigment of manifested derogatives, appetite only to that of it’s stride, To demise in accordance, travelling exodus of flourishing; the day the music died. It requeilms a classical entity, derivative of how it manifested itself… Continue reading The day the music died

Politics

University: Where it was and is now, a review

As many who read this will learn, I get most of my stimulus to review (as well as rant) from facebook; the reason being because it’s an outlook where people think they can write almost anything without the fear of re-procussion from others. Don’t get me wrong, I use to do things like that on… Continue reading University: Where it was and is now, a review