Exposing Toxic Feminism via a fiasco between Phillip Alexander and Hema Ramkissoon.
As feminism began to take root many were able to spot its contradictory foundations of sand. English journalist G.K Chesterton stated in a famous work that feminism “is mixed up with a muddled idea that women are free when they serve their employers but slaves when they help their husbands.”
Using the phone without a reason (a why or a what for) is like climbing a bare mango tree in hopes to find some fruit that you have never seen, heard, tasted, or even imagined before.
In the new market one can see wonderful paintings of fishes, boats and the sea, all under sparkling LED lights. In the old market one can see the very same fish, boats, and sea. Only here, when one sees them, they are not on a canvas, but instead they are actually there, under no LED, but under the light of the sun.