Hello, My name is Alex : An Intro to Modern Gender Possibilities

Within the article His or Hers? Designing for a Post-Gender Society author Suzanne Tick argues that new variation in gender roles is sparking support and accommodation. In this new society of “gender revolution” there is an increased spectrum of gender identification as well as the opportunity to remove oneself for the spectrum entirely. In essence […]

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The Ignorance of Individuality

The  second section “The Placelessness of Political Theory” within City of Rhetoric, author David Fleming makes the argument that United States citizens are losing their individuality and as a result their political freedom.  The author opens the discussion by stating the fact that the United States is a democratic institution and the foundation for the […]

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