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Well, for one thing, it's the coolest high school newspaper in all the land. Watch our video and find out more.
Just about everyone knows someone who has been bullied, in ways big and small. Understandably, though, many victims are reluctant to speak about their experiences. We found some who aren't.
One of our favorite things about Glamour magazine is the end page’s long list of “It’s Okay…” — basically cute sayings reassuring women that it is normal and fine to do things society may tell us are selfish or weird. A funny example: “It’s okay if you secretly want to trade lives with Kim and Kanye’s future baby.” So with thanks to Glamour, here’s a feminist version:
• It’s okay if you watch Sister Wives on TLC. As long as you don’t put their admittedly misogynist lifestyle on your bucket list.
• It’s okay if you think your boss is a little too “hands on.” It is not okay if you don’t tell him to stop and/or report him.
• It’s okay if you are crushing on someone with different political views. The conversation should be lively.
• It’s okay to still love Rihanna. It is really not okay to still admire Chris Brown.
• It’s okay if you like to flirt. It is not okay if someone takes advantage of you if you are drunk, high, say no, or change your mind.
•It is okay to not always complain about misogyny, sexism, homophobia, etc. Feminism isn’t just about talking about things that we hate, it is also about loving things! Our bodies, our children, our mothers, art, music and other endless joys.