Category Archives: gender psychology

Even if

Even if  it is cold and freezing  maybe even raining,  The door to someone imposing  will still be closed.  Winnie the Pooh  became rabbit  with the years ,  growing to liking his cave  carrying it with him  everywhere, these days..

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The Joy of Sabine Spielrein

A rainy night, recovering from the results of the  latest  battle for American president and it could be a first woman president, and so it is as good a time as ever to watch a film about a pioneer woman … Continue reading

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Hillary, Hillary

“Life is the sum of  all your choices .” -Albert Camus   “The great story here for anybody willing to find it and write about it and explain it , is this vast right wing conspiracy that has been conspiring … Continue reading

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would have

“I would have given you all of my heart but there’s someone who’s torn it apart.”   – Cat stevens Watching a  young girl with a black pony tail hug a thin strawberry blond from behind. “Do you know where  … Continue reading

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lost and not found

lost Description eyes of blue hair of gold a man (i’m told) a child (at unfold) likes to hold but prefers  to be held , likes the wisdom of the old, but prefers the company of the young and bold. … Continue reading

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Girls and women freedom matter!

“The events of New Year’s eve were the girls own fault, because they were half naked, and wearing perfume. It is not surprising the men wanted to attack them ( dressing like that) is adding fuel to the fire. ”  … Continue reading

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snow white-the full story behind the scenes

“Mirror mirror on the wall who is the fairest one of all?” -The wicked step mother in “Snow white” Remembering the day you went to watch “snow white” , it was maybe your first film or was it “Bambi”? Even … Continue reading

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He

He is a rabbit Looking sideways For something better He is a coward Unable to  comprehend the courage Being a woman is, He lives a life of ease Work and play Bills to pay. He is a waste of time … Continue reading

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Hello /Goodbye

“The most difficult words to say Are “hello” and “goodbye”       – a saying By chance you read How he is now a lawyer Defending the right of a religious family to bury a transgender man As a man . … Continue reading

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Wisdom born of pain

“I am woman hear me roar in numbers too big to ignore and I know too much to pretend cause I’ve heard it all before and I’ve been down there on the floor. No one’s ever going to keep me … Continue reading

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