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Seeking Site Authors: 3 Spots Available

Social-Discourse.com is currently seeing 3 individuals looking to join our team! The ideal writer will have time to publish content twice a week, however, we understand if this is not always achievable! Please visit our website and if interested, please email us a short bio about yourself, a sample of your writing, and subjects of… Continue reading Seeking Site Authors: 3 Spots Available

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Searching for Writers! Inquire Within.

Do you have a passion for social justice, feminist issues, mental health, or general nerd stuff? Do you have a fierce dedication to your work? Are you sarcastic and do you like memes? If you answered yes to these questions then send yourself our way! We are searching for people to be a part of… Continue reading Searching for Writers! Inquire Within.

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Women Of Power: Election 2016

“I cried because I want my daughters to feel that blazing pride, that affirmation of their boundless capacity – not from their husbands, but from their world, from the atmosphere, from inviolable wells of certainty inside themselves. I cried because it’s not fair, and I’m so tired. I cried because I don’t even know what… Continue reading Women Of Power: Election 2016

Election 2016 · Social Justice

Final Thoughts on the Election

Today, I was hoping to wake up and tell a girl “you could grow up to be president” without it being wishful thinking. Still, a woman with 30 years of political experience just narrowly lost presidency to (all jokes aside) an admitted racist who built his platform on advocating for rape and systematic oppression, and has no political… Continue reading Final Thoughts on the Election

feminism · Social Justice · violence against women · womens health

On the “Not all Men” Movement

Being a woman is really something special. We are magic; we are divine creatures made up of tenacity and spirit. I have grown to feel a special sort of kindredness towards the women that I know and meet. Despite our age, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and religion (or a lack thereof), we are all part of… Continue reading On the “Not all Men” Movement