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2 months 2 weeks ago

Considering I have a general knowledge on this topic, I can agree with your arguments raised. Feminism and humanism are indeed different in relation to their ideologies and motives. Although, they are similar in a sense that they both encourage human evolution in the best of ways. It is considered to be a controversial topic because many people have opposing views on the comparison of these two worldviews. I for one agree that both have different concentrations because one is dealing with just woman and the other focuses on self improvement as a whole.

2 months 2 weeks ago

Considering I have a general knowledge on this topic, I can agree with your arguments raised. Feminism and humanism are indeed different in relation to their ideologies and motives. Although, they are similar in a sense that they both encourage human evolution in the best of ways. It is considered to be a controversial topic because many people have opposing views on the comparison of these two worldviews. I for one agree that both have different concentrations because one is dealing with just woman and the other focuses on self improvement as a whole.

2 months 2 weeks ago

I agree with your statements and I was drawn to your post because human rights are a big deal to me as well as millions of others living as minorities in todays day in age. Whether it concerns gender, age or ethnicity, the motive of human rights is to support equality among each and every person. Unfortunately, certain countries such as Syria, Sudan and Pakistan do not have that privilege but it is crazy to think that my neighbouring country is being led by someone who is threatening something that other countries would die to have. Its unfortunate that it can be taken advantage of.

2 months 2 weeks ago

I was drawn to your post because I am also aware of gender inequality and its disappointing that this social issue occurs worldwide. As a barista myself, working at a coffee shop is not always as nice as it seems. Yes, the environment is mostly calm and people for the most part are quite friendly. Although, as a woman taking occasional orders from men clients, I am not always treated with the respect that I deserve. Its strange to think that people think they are entitled to a morning coffee; as if I owe them something. This made me realize that most people often treat others in ways that are not always respectful because they feel superior. Unfortunately, woman in most societies are targeted as the inferior group but we need to put our foot down and stand up for ourselves if found in any degrading situation. Its a shame that there is such inequalities in todays society. I read upon the Woman's March on Washington and I am glad to know that there is a movement focusing on this issue.

3 months 1 week ago

Very good and interesting article choice, your summary is also well-written. Although, you could add more content to your summary since it is very brief. It is important to care about the fake news phenomenon, because it is the only way we can get informed, but you and the writer are right saying that people are skeptical regarding news nowadays. I'm pretty sure you are alarmed, just like me, regarding the media's content. Another article that might interest you is "CNN, The 'Trump Dossier' and 'Fake News'" published by the Huffington post, it is also about the president Trump, his administration and The Cable News Network.
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/cnn-trump-dossier-fake-news_us_58a07...

3 months 1 week ago

I appreciated reading your article and I do agree with your opinion that the laws of bill 101 should be loosened and that the relationship among English and French speaking individuals should become better. As a person living in Quebec who speaks both English and French I can say that there are people who judge my friends and I for speaking in English. I’ve personally had people come up to me and tell me that we are in Quebec and that in Quebec we only speak French when I spoke to someone in English. I’ve also had teachers judge my family and I when we were trying to speak in French saying it was not good enough because we spoke with an accent. I believe that people should be able to speak whatever language they would like and we should not be judged for doing so. Being bilingual should not be seen as a horrible thing it should be seen as an advantage.

3 months 2 weeks ago

Your article about food waste being a problem in Canada was really well said, you were able to explain the underlying issue of food waste and show proof of how Canada has been wasting 31$ billion dollars’ worth of food each year. I do think that it would be good if you elaborated on how other countries like France are decreasing food waste. In the article "French Law Forbids Food Waste by Supermarkets" written by Angelique Chrisafis for the Guardian, France is lowering food waste by having supermarkets donate a substantial amount of food to homeless shelters and are forcing supermarkets to sign documents with homeless shelters to donate food.

Source:
https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/feb/04/french-law-forbids-food-wa...

3 months 2 weeks ago

Very interesting and well written summary of the article from a reliable source. It is a brief summary with a lot of important content, it clearly emphasize on the effects faced by youth because of the phenomenon of homelessness. As for the solutions concerning the issue, a senior editor on The Huffington Post wrote an article concerning the fact that we can prevent and stop homelessness with $46 dollars per year, which is another interesting solution besides those that you mentioned. It is also important to informed yourself before donating, in order to be sure that the organism helps children who are homeless.
Sources: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2015/08/13/housing-first-federal-election_...

5 months 1 week ago

In the past 20 years, smoking has been a discused subject. 1.1 billion people has been smoking in 2015, the author supports his statement with true facts like this. He has a side that support non smokers, which i support too. The author wish smokers would be banned because they contribute to destroying the environment. I support him, because the second hand smoke damages the lungs of non smokers too. It is there responsability to keep it away from people who are against it. The smokers are not only killing themselves, they are killing the others around them. It is said that they have to stay 9 meters away from doors to respect non smokers.

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