It's time that women's issues are everybody's issues, PERIOD.
In 2003, Beatrix Kiddo walked into the House of the Blue Leaves and the following events was talked about, celebrated and became an unforgettable few minutes for millions of people. Quentin Tarantino's Kill Bill was the first time in my life that I saw blood spewing out of a human like water in a mall water fountain (do any malls still have big water fountains anymore?). While describing it may sound disturbing, the 18 year old me, found it entertaining and recommended the mo
This is how women cope with their periods - Bustle.com
In a article by Janet Upadhye for Bustle.com, she discusses the stories of multiple women experiencing homelessness in New York City. You can find the article here. Janet notes that 50,000 women in USA are living on the streets. In Canada, when the government conducted a "point-in-time" count of homelessness in 32 communities across the country, there were about 1,850 women identified as experiencing some form of homelessness. A point-in time count is a one-day snapshot of ho