Feminism vs. Gender Equality

Feminism vs. Gender Equality: Does it Mean the Same?

Whenever someone asks me if I’m a feminist, I answer; “I do believe in gender equality and feminism is a part of it but I don’t call myself a feminist because that would mean I’m more concerned for the equality of a section of the society (in this case men and women) and not for equality for all.” I get these weird looks and a lecture on how “women like me” support men and oppress women and a not-so-polite reminder that FEMINISM IS GENDER EQUALITY. However, I beg to differ.
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Unite Under the Banner of Diversity

A short message from the UNAIDS encouraging people to celebrate each other’s differences, and stand out for Zero Discrimination. Unite under the banner of diversity is the message of the video. But see for yourself.
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Inequality in the Philippines

Inequality in the Philippines: Roots, Implications and Opportunities

Past Presidents have claimed that in their regime or the other, certain legislations permitted the country to rise above inequality and the poverty line, thus the Philippines should no longer be called a third world, but a developing country.
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#BlackOnCampus: An Everyday Struggle

Every day around the world but especially in the United States, riots happen over seemingly the same issue: black oppression and institutionalized racism. Sadly most peoples reaction to the news is often something along the lines of “well, they just need to get over themselves. They just need to suck it up and learn to deal with it.”
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