Category: Journalistic Writing

WRITING ALL WRONGS

Is “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before” Really Pro-Feminism?

Why can’t women be sexually incentive the same way males can be? When you see a video of women partaking in some form of sexual activity, they are labeled as a slut, easy, or are belittled in other ways— but males are boasted and praised for being sexually active. In many ways, this is used…
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The Breakfast Club

At this point, those who are film fanatics have watched or at least heard of the 1985 film The Breakfast Club. To sum up the basis of the story— five teenagers from different walks of life serve a day of detention together. There is Claire (the Princess), John (the criminal), Brian (the brain), Andrew (the…
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This Study Found That You’ll Only Have 15 Perfect Days A Year

The elusive perfect day. Whether you enjoy a rainy day snuggled up with a good book, a day of hiking or snowboarding, or a day of warm sunny weather, the perfect day is out there. According to a new survey, not only is the perfect day achievable, but you have about 15 perfect days a…
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Embracing Fatherhood at a Young Age

Roland Kendrick decided to take on fatherhood around age 19, fathering a child who was not his own. Twenty years later, he has decided to adopt the girl, Imani Francies, who brought him to embrace fatherhood. It was a night out hanging with friends in Bakersfield, California when Roland Kendrick met and connected with Claria…
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Massive Pregnancy Test Recall After 58,000 Women Get False Positive Results

Finding out that you or your loved one is pregnant can either be the scariest moment of your life or the happiest moment of your life. Regardless of what type of moment it is for you, it is overall a big deal! Taking on the responsibility of caring for another person is a huge decision…
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Tackling Natural Hair: Featuring Monica Stevens of MoKnows Hair

Article originally posted on HerCampus Women are accepting their natural looks, disowning what society deems acceptable, and embracing their own natural hair. Natural hair has become a trend amongst African American women, as these women are removing relaxers, perms, and flat irons from their hair-styling routines and are embracing their kinks, curls, and Afros, as…
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