Analysis of Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Part I

Recently, I've started listening to the book Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Lessons Mothers Need to Raise Extraordinary Men by Meg Meeker, which was published in 2015. Meeker, MD, has spent more than twenty years practicing pediatric and adolescent medicine. In this book, she explores the dyad of a mother-son relationship, and as a feminist, I was curious what … Continue reading Analysis of Strong Mothers, Strong Sons: Part I

His Daughter; or, In Other Words, How I Entered the #MeToo Movement

The problematic nature of using historic gender roles to create sympathetic moves to demand justice, to encourage equality, to discourage abuse is still effective despite the fact that we live in the twenty-first century. Why? Because of its iconicness, or its symbolic, emblematic, or representative nature. One may ask, “How would you feel if your … Continue reading His Daughter; or, In Other Words, How I Entered the #MeToo Movement