Author Archives: Cheryl Johnson

A history of inequality drives modern feminism

I’M PICKING UP where I left off in my last column. Yup — feminism is my topic today, as it is near and dear to my heart. Last time I wrote about how women are still not treated equally to ...

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Feminism — not a four-letter word

Strife for equality for women is an ongoing quest I KEEP HEARING people complain when I use the ‘F’ word. It offends people. Men often feel attacked by the use of it. Of course, an astute reader will realize I ...

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Defining gender for children, limiting

HERE I AM again and, as usual, I am inspired to write about what has come up in classes I’m in. These past two weeks has given me plenty to talk about. Gender is the issue. Not gender alone, but ...

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