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  1. rmac_11

    Share a short greeting in your own language!

    How about some Gàidhlig? Hi- Hàlo How are you? (informal)- Ciamar a tha thu? [ Pronounced: Key-mar a ha who?] How are you? (formal)- Ciamar a tha sibh? [Pronounced: Key-mar a ha shiv?] Good morning- Madainn mhath. [Pronounced: Ma-ding va] Good night (to you)- oidhche mhath leat. [Pronounced: Oi-huh va lat]
  2. rmac_11

    Are You a Feminist?

    I'm most definitely a feminist. I believe that feminism is so much more than how the media projects it, which essentially is, "all women are misandrists!' My connotation of feminism is that it is for both sexes. That it works to break the expectation that all women should fall into their stereotypical and traditional roles and the toxic masculinity that is essentially a cage into which society places young boys and men. Feminism should not be female superiority, it should raise women up to meet the level of power men already possess and allow them to be equal. From each according to their ability, to each according to their needs. I know this is super late, but OH WELL.
  3. My CAS (as of right now): Creativity- I'm learning to speak Gaidhlig Action- Yoga Service- Community Theatre
  4. rmac_11

    3 places u want to visit after IB?

    1. Scotland 2. New Zealand 3. Russia
  5. rmac_11

    IB stereotypes in your school?

    There is a title that follows us around, "Perfectionist Procrastinators", but the "nerds with no life" also fits. Haha.
  6. rmac_11

    Books you are reading

    Super late but why not? Will be reading the following: Lord of the Flies The Time of the Doves The Outsider The Sailor Who Fell From Grace With the Sea Macbeth The Handmaid's Tale Pygmalion The Crucible The Importance of Being Earnest The Glass Menagerie Tennessee Poetry by Langston Hughes One additional Shakespearean play

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