Merchants of death,
crueler than the Merchant of Venice,
for he asked a pound of flesh,
they demand the whole of humanity.
What ransom have we paid ,
to these butchers,
Nov 21, 2013 from United States
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May 02, 2013 from United States
I don't really know where to start so I'll just start=)
The one problem with us women is that we ‘feel’ and we don’t say NO. It is about saying NO to ourselves. That we will not tolerate any abuse, being treated weak and more so being denied our rights.
Oct 31, 2012 from Zimbabwe
Every Constitution has provisions that determine the powers that a President has. In the Current Zimbabwean Constitution the President has very extensive powers.
Aug 29, 2012 from United Kingdom
The signs are all around that women are truly coming into their power, not bartered for or compromised any longer, but uniquely and radically flowing, as unstoppable as a tsunami.
I read the article in the newspaper "Day" of the day 01/04/2012 in the City of Rio de Janeiro, written by political scientist and judge of Direct Member of the Association of Judges for Democracy, Dr.
Dec 12, 2011 from United States
This poem, written by yours truly, explores the threshold where womynhood is tested to it’s absolute limit. This video is a co-production between These Waters Run Deep and BabaSoul, Ent?
Oct 03, 2011 from United States
My personal vision for my life is all children and youth I encounter are positively affected by their experience with me.
Sep 12, 2011 from Indonesia
Revolution in Egypt, Social change in middle east countries and north African countries, riots that occurred in England were believed widely spread by social media (see: http://www.deseretnews.com/art