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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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‘She's not even that pretty’, ‘She's so full of herself’, ‘She's such a sl*t’, ‘She wears WAY too much make-up’. If you identify as a woman, chances are, you've thought or said one of the following about another women.
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‘She's not even that pretty’, ‘She's so full of herself’, ‘She's such a sl*t’, ‘She wears WAY too much make-up’. If you identify as a woman, chances are, you've thought or said one of the following about another women.
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Break rooms at tech offices are furnished with foosball, pingpong and billiards tables –– almost as though they’re man caves.
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Break rooms at tech offices are furnished with foosball, pingpong and billiards tables –– almost as though they’re man caves.
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It didn’t matter who I was playing with. For some reason, male gamers found it so funny to repeat the same stupid sexist comments.
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It didn’t matter who I was playing with. For some reason, male gamers found it so funny to repeat the same stupid sexist comments.
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Preventing discrimination won't destroy the social norms that will still disadvantage non-stereotypically feminine women in the workplace, but it's a step in the right direction.
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Preventing discrimination won't destroy the social norms that will still disadvantage non-stereotypically feminine women in the workplace, but it's a step in the right direction.
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The punctuation mark has become childish, emphasizing the sentence that precedes it as well as sexism in society. I think it should be abolished.
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The punctuation mark has become childish, emphasizing the sentence that precedes it as well as sexism in society. I think it should be abolished.
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Let’s talk women in lunacy. They're the illuminating symbol, the plot engine and the throughline for all that’s wrong and scary about the world.
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Let’s talk women in lunacy. They're the illuminating symbol, the plot engine and the throughline for all that’s wrong and scary about the world.
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I allowed myself to be violated, offended, objectified, dissected, because I didn’t think I held enough worth to deserve to live my life on my own terms.
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I allowed myself to be violated, offended, objectified, dissected, because I didn’t think I held enough worth to deserve to live my life on my own terms.
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If I decide to show no skin, or if I want to wear the smallest skimpiest dress in the world, that is my decision. A community full of young women shouldn’t treat each other differently depending on their outfit choices. A sorority should be a space in which women are uplifted through sisterhood, and by regulating their dress code and enforcing the concept that a woman’s worth is correlated to her modesty, a sorority is failing to do so.
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If I decide to show no skin, or if I want to wear the smallest skimpiest dress in the world, that is my decision. A community full of young women shouldn’t treat each other differently depending on their outfit choices. A sorority should be a space in which women are uplifted through sisterhood, and by regulating their dress code and enforcing the concept that a woman’s worth is correlated to her modesty, a sorority is failing to do so.
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I accepted the various forms of physical and emotional abuse from my partners because they filled this void and reminded me of my father.
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I accepted the various forms of physical and emotional abuse from my partners because they filled this void and reminded me of my father.
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I now put conscious effort into decolonizing myself by challenging gender binary expectations. Even though I sometimes catch myself saying sorry when I shouldn’t, speaking too softly, or moving to the side to let men pass, I am self-conscious of those actions.
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I now put conscious effort into decolonizing myself by challenging gender binary expectations. Even though I sometimes catch myself saying sorry when I shouldn’t, speaking too softly, or moving to the side to let men pass, I am self-conscious of those actions.
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