Statue Causes Public Derision


There is never a dull moment in the field of philosophy or indeed it seems in sculptor. No sooner had a statuette been unveiled to celebrate a British writer and philosopher. That the critics were out in force. This derision was apparently because there is a small naked form of a woman atop a massive statue in silver. They argue that the woman who the statuette is meant to honour would have decried such a depiction. They claim that she stood for women emancipation. With the hope that women would build their own strengths not relying on anyone to do so for them. They claim that men were depicted with clothes as their achievements and accomplishments were important. Women on the other hand depicted in naked form only made them more vulnerable when running in the park. As it allowed them to be viewed for their bodies, not themselves.

The educational world is a minefield on these type of topics.

Previous articleThe US Projected To Have More Than 200,000 Cases Of COVID 19 A Day
Next articleNew Politically Correct Law Enacted In Hong Kong
Catherine is our Co-Editor. provides insight on educational issues in America, including legal, social and ethical angles. Catherine considers “Objects in the mirror are closer than they appear" to be the answer to every existential question out there. Because, truly, the greatest mistake of them all is to believe that you are educated enough and stop learning. After earning her MSE in Educational Theory and Practice from Arkansas State University, Catherine started working as a reporter. So far, she has devoted 11 years to it, covering K-12 and higher education, editing for Future Knowledge, Academia, Apis Gazette, and The Sacramento Post. Catherine believes that every human has the inherent right to learn and be whoever they aspire to become. She provides insight on educational issues in America, including legal, social and ethical angles.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here