yellow and red dominant books by Bell Hooks aligned in two rows, on the right corner bell hooks picture in balck and white

Activist-Feminist bell hooks’ Outstanding Legacy Will Continue to Inspire

Gloria Jean Watkins, known as bell hooks, died at the age of 69, leaving an outstanding legacy behind to inspire the next generations. As an African and a woman, she was a double-marginalized figure and a rebellious voice counterarguing the … Continue reading Activist-Feminist bell hooks’ Outstanding Legacy Will Continue to Inspire

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Anthropology: Overview of the Concept of ‘Intersectionality’

Intersectionality is a term that has become more popular in recent years. The awareness of it has been steadily growing. Despite this, the concept of intersectionality remains confusing to many people. The idea behind the concept is complex. Social categorizations … Continue reading Anthropology: Overview of the Concept of ‘Intersectionality’

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Anthropology: The Recent Re-Emergence of the Controversial Tradwife Subculture

Recently, the Internet has housed a plethora of articles and social commentary on the ‘tradwife’ subculture. Tradwives are taking to social media to blog about their self-proclaimed superior lives and disseminate messages about a woman’s role in Western society. The … Continue reading Anthropology: The Recent Re-Emergence of the Controversial Tradwife Subculture

A look at the different beauty standards through history

Anthropology: Social Media’s Impact on Beauty Standards and How They Affect Women

For years now, people have preached about beauty standards. How beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. There have been thousands of movements and songs about this very topic. Now this same topic is following us into digital age. When … Continue reading Anthropology: Social Media’s Impact on Beauty Standards and How They Affect Women