FAIR AND SQUARE

FAIR AND SQUARE

I interrupt my regularly scheduled blog post for some real talk…

This semester, I’m taking a “Women in Politics” (POL 325) course, which can basically be renamed to “Feminism.” This movement, whether you agree with it or not, has come to mean a lot of different things over the last several decades. I’m not going to sit hear and talk your ear off about my personal views on the matter (if you want to know that badly, let’s talk about it over some food/coffee, your treat), but what I will say is that feminism, for all intents and purposes, is more about fairness and less about equality. Bold statement, I know, but biologically speaking, we can all agree it’s physically impossible (currently, at least) for men and women to be equal. However, that doesn’t mean they should not be treated fairly. Personally, I believe that everyone should have the same rights and opportunities, but some of those rights and opportunities simply do not apply to all of us. It’s just not that black and white…

FAIR AND SQUARE

Oh, and for the record, I am not a feminist. I am a humanist.

FAIR AND SQUARE

OUTFIT | Sunglasses by Ray-Ban. Cardigan by American Apparel. T-Shirt c/o Matiere. Necklace at Urban Outfitters. Watch by Nixon. Jeans by Levi’s. Shoes by Wallin & Bros at Nordstrom Rack.

FAIR AND SQUARE

FAIR AND SQUARE

FAIR AND SQUARE

FAIR AND SQUARE
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