Monthly Archives: September 2011

((Wo)man Overboard – perspectives from a lass who jumped off the family ship.

by Sangeetha Dorairaj So it was with great interest (and greater trepidation) that I read the latest foot-in-mouth comments made by our former PM Lee. Mr Lee (I can’t call him Minister Mentor anymore) was at the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) … Continue reading

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As a feminist, I have a choice.

By Ghui The term “feminist” often evokes a quagmire. Depending on who you ask, this controversial term takes on different interpretations. The archetype feminist is a ball crushing careerist, a strong woman who defies the shackles of traditional womanhood. She … Continue reading

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