Cat-Calling, “Bystander Sexism,” and How Sexual... →
Posted by Amanda Hess on Mar. 18, 2010 at 02:45 pm It’s been well-established that experiencing sexual harassment has a negative effect on women. But what about witnessing it? A new study from University of Connecticut researchers Stephenie Chaudoir and Diane Quinn suggests that simply being a bystander to sexism is enough to inspire women to report higher identification with women as a...
Dossouye By Charles Saunders →
Charles R. Saunders, critically acclaimed author of the cult classic Imaro novels, has created yet another heroic-fantasy icon in an Africa of a different place and time. Orphaned at a young age, Dossouye becomes a soldier in the women’s army of the kingdom of Abomey. In a war against the rival kingdom of Abanti, Dossouye saves her people from certain destruction; but a cruel twist of fate...
The man that knows something knows that he knows nothing at all…– Erykah Badu – “On And On,” from Baduizm (Kedar Records, 1997)
The Master said, Yu*, shall I teach you what knowledge is? When you know a...– The Analects of Confucius, 2:17 * Familiar name of the disciple Tzu-Iu ** That knowledge consists in knowing that one does not know is a frequent theme in early Chinese texts.