Monthly Archives: July 2009
One of the second wave feminism movement agenda was to campaign for equal education for women. Girls were introduced to education by learning basic domestic service as an introduction to higher education, the positive outcome of the feminist campaign for … Continue reading
“The Kenya” you RARELY see on news and on internet. and…..the Africans you rarely see Instead……. “The Kenya” on news!!!!!!! and……. the chidren
This car had to stay out of the road for being too untidy. So full with magazines, old clothes and even bits of furniture. Now the car has to pass a “tidiness test” before going back to the road. The woman … Continue reading
Bloggers have no right to privacy under British law mmm, blogs are public. That is actually what the above article is all about.
Sorry for my late response to Activity 5. Why do I blog? I have a big dream about blogging, a big dream to use my blog as often as possible but my dream is still far from blogging to “document my life”. … Continue reading
This is my second post that touches on children, I cannot explain why. Nevertheless, once again I am caught admiring the late single mother, Carmen Bousada, who after using in vitro fertilization, gave birth to twins in 2006 at the age of 67 … Continue reading
My friend told me that he was in the process of buying a car from a lady owner, he argued that he deliberately wanted a female-owned car “most of them are more careful drivers than men and their cars are … Continue reading