Subjective Feminism for An Inclusive Now

If all the world's a stage and humans mere players, as Shakespeare so eloquently put, then women are front and center with tomatoes being thrown at them. In Shakespeare’s conception, “man” goes through seven ages before bidding the audience adieu. His verbiage entails a gradual emergence into a solidified entity existing in coordination with the other actors, growing betwixt them at “his” will. It is plainly glaring, in ways expounded upon below, that the life of womankind is less streamlined, and far more tumultuous. [continue reading]

The Fall, by Albert Camus

The true test of literature is found in its ability to layer idiosyncratic truths in such a labyrinthine manner that all readers must toil to find their individual intellectual capabilities. [continue reading]