Month October 2016

“Making Bathrooms ‘More Accommodating’’ Reading Analysis

The patriarchal standard that men and women must be separate for “protection” and the propagation of norms creates a culture that is oppressive to those who do not identify within the gender binary, and causes societal disparity by consciously subjugating… Continue Reading →

Common Place Book: Georgia Referendum to Amend State Constitution

Georgia Referendum to Amend State Constitution: “Shall Property owned by the University System of Georgia and utilized by providers of college and university student housing and other facilities continue to be exempt from taxation to keep costs affordable?”   This… Continue Reading →

Built Environment Description BGR Dupont

  Built Environment Description I was walking around late at night. The streets seemed lonely. The people that were there – hollow. The whole scene felt desolate, but inside the restaurants and shops were bursting. BGR closed just 30 minutes… Continue Reading →

Commonplace Book: Gender Inclusive Bathrooms

1. “Sharing a bathroom could feel new and different..” This sentence specifically gives off an attitude of belittlement or mockery. Obviously everyone has shared a bathroom with family, friends, or relatives. Why is sharing this bathroom new or different? Additionally,… Continue Reading →

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Works Cited Agronsky, Jonathan I. Z. Marion Barry: the Politics of Race. Latham, NY, British American Pub., 1991. This book explores Marion Barry as judge, person, and convict. It offers an indepth understanding to the reader and serves as good… Continue Reading →

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