Carceral symbolism throughout this essay notwithstanding, 1 don't view black womanhood
as a punishment inherently, and I never have.
means empowerment for women from all walks of life, feeling free and uninhibited, unashamed, no double standards when it comes to nudity; and moreover being respected.
Helen Andelin and the Fascinating Womanhood
Movement" by Julie Debra Neuffer (who currently teaches American history at Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington) is a study that provides an evenhanded and important look at a crucial, but often overlooked cross section of American women as they navigated their way through the turbulent decades following the post-war calm of the 1950s.
I'm in favour of Southern womanhood
as much as anybody," Atticus has told his sister, "but not for preserving polite fiction at the expense of human life.
Despite her successes, her family and friends call her womanhood
Berthna von Suttner's lifelong campaign for peace, social justice, and the equality of womanhood
earned her the Nobel Prize in 1906.
But Daniela, having lived too long in the world of the mind, seeks not more philosophy but the lover's touch that will allow her womanhood
to fully blossom.
As for how you feel with friends, womanhood
isn't defined by whether you need pads or tampons.
Summary: Women from across the UAE will be painting while dancing to commemorate womanhood
The first Girls Editorial Board (GEB) picked the name New Moon because the moon is a symbol of womanhood
and girls will soon be "new" to womanhood
In the history of mankind, it is sad to see how a woman has been exploited that the essence of womanhood
has been lost.
Having your first bra was a sign that you had reached womanhood
, even if that womanhood
needed the aid of the Hubble Telescope to ensure that it was on course.
Before long, the arrival of missionaries' wives and a couple of single women missionaries changed the perspective not just on the role of women but, quite fundamentally, on the definition and goal of "Christian womanhood
The foundational, intangible, and spiritual essence of womanhood
was submerged under the weight of these concerns.
The exhibition catalogue Black Womanhood
: Images, Icons, and Ideologies of the African Body attempts to nuance the process that has shaped and continues to shape global understandings of black womanhood