Sunday, September 28, 2014

Weekly Warrior Queen Links #12



It felt weird letting an almost full Sunday pass without sharing these! Next week, we're at 3 months of awesome links! Not only am I having a blast sharing links with you, but these links help me get re-inspired in the women's movement. I hope they inspire you!

Tiffany shares one of her female game changers, and asks us - who has changed your life?

Have you ever been slut-shamed? This social experiment was the best read all week.

Body shaming goes across genders - as women who claim our bodies are beautiful curvy...why don't we embrace fuller boys?

I love that this book Jesus Feminist, exists. My Feminist Methods teacher was a Catholic theologian, feminist lesbian and through her, was able to understand the complexities of Feminism, sexual orientation and religion. I think it is important for spiritual and religious women to know that  being a feminist does not take away from your spiritual support.



Emma Watson's speech is going viral (thankfully) and I love this post on The Accidental Mama on #WhyImAFeminist

Jemma (who is still waiting for her precious baby to get here!) shared her tips to achieving self-love and you all know that I'm a sucker for that!

Speaking of self-love, it doesn't always have to be rainbows and sequins.

I'm always looking for more tips on dealing with anxiety

It may seem glamorous to be a lady, but we should never tell our daughters to be ladylike.

Does anyone else agree that we should stop telling these lies about sex to girls?

Have you ever truly thought of the difference in hormones makes on the body? This video of a gender transformation - and how its bettered his life, is inspiring.

Alyssa's campus does awesome things. Recently, they did an event on banned books, but this movement on sexual assault awareness, takes the cake.

I can't wait to hear what you think of these! .


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27 comments:

  1. I think I'm on the opposite end of some of this, but it's interesting seeing other's opinions. I used to believe differently than I do now.

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  2. I do agree with some of these concepts. We are very gender neutral in our home.

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  3. I'm so excited to click through all of these posts! Thanks for sharing mine! I watched Emma's speech so many times, and it really gives a whole new perspective on the idea of being a feminist. I love it! As if I didn't love her so much already. She's such an inspiration.

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  4. These look like some interesting links. Thanks for sharing!

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  5. I'm all about that Bass bout that Bass, no treble!

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  6. If you don't mind me asking, what is it that you believe now? :)

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  7. That is wonderful! I hope that I do the same when I have kids! It is my goal!!

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  8. Right? I am so happy that girls of today have her as a role model! Heck, she's one of mine!! I love sharing your posts :)

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  9. Some great sounding links there. I recognise a few I've read during the week.

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  10. Thank you so much for including me!

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  11. Great links here! Love the idea behind this Warrior Queen links - very creative!

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  12. Thanks so much for sharing my post! :-)

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  13. Thanks for sharing my post! I'm looking forward to reading so many of these posts!

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  14. That is awesome! I'm glad you found these posts as well!!

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  15. :) I'm glad you like it! And of course, I love your blog!

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  16. Love the self love one! Holy cow!! Thanks again for an awesome list!

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  17. I really love these posts of yours! You definitely find some interesting things to read and they aren't the random junk that the internet can offer. Thanks again for these!

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  18. I love the positive, optimistic theme across these, but my favorite is the self-love one. Just like there's never enough love in the world, there's definitely always more room for awareness and celebration of self-love/recognition. <3

    xo,
    lauriel
    EyeForElegance.com

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  19. Yay! I'm so glad that you loved the links!!

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  20. Yay, I'm so glad that you like them Avie!!! Thank you! I try so hard :)

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  21. yay!! Yes, that really has become what I want to focus on - it's so hard to come up with daily content on it, though

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