Wombs for Rent

Many go to the movies preferring to watch certain styles of films in order to be taken away from the realities of their every day lives.  For two hours they are entertained, whisked away to lands far, far away, they laugh, they cry, they jump out of their seats in excitements or they hide under…

Violence Against Women in Education

  Women have been under attack and blamed for a lot since Eve offered the fruit to Adam in the Garden of Eden. Strong female characters in the Bible weren’t portrayed in a positive light either; Lilith, Jezebel, Delilah, Rachel and Leah’s bickering, Sarah and Hagar etc.   As the centuries progressed women have been able…

There is Hope – A New Wave of Dissidents

The above popular rock song  immediately shot to popularity upon its release.  It’s a song that bring solidarity, a song to sing to ready the troops and do battle, a song to inspire individuals to band together to right some wrongs, a song to stand up to authoritarian figures when you are ready to put…

Modern Humanism – Our Voice (Part II)

Go to: Modern Humanism – Part I In a Toronto Star article, Oprah Winfrey talks about income inequality and why she left 60 Minutes by relating an experience early in her career.   “In the late ’70s and ’80s, she said, “back when I was doing the news in Baltimore, I asked to make the same…

Bell Let’s Talk Mental Health IoT and Privacy – Part IV

Go To:  Bell Let’s Talk: Mental Health – Part I,   Part II – The Internet,   Part III – Internet of Things When you think about privacy and solitude or confinement, it usually means that you are alone – by yourself.  In speaking about activities you’d like to perform by yourself, and in the context of…

Bell, Let’s Talk – Mental Health and the Internet of Things (Part III)

Go to: Bell Let’s Talk: Mental Health- Part I,  Part II – The Internet,  Part IV – Privacy So far we’ve observed how Alexander Graham Bell’s inventions revolutionized our world first through his invention of the telephone enabling us to communicate to individuals and loved ones far and wide.  It brought people of distance closer…