Sorority hazing is a practice in which new members (also referred to as “PNM – Potential New Members,” “Freshmen,” or “Pledges”) of a sorority undergo ritualized tests, tasks, or humiliations to be accepted into the community. It is often considered a tradition performed by older members to test and strengthen the loyalty, commitment, and cohesion … Continue reading Sorority Hazing
“Naked in Public” is a subgenre of erotic literature that focuses on stories or scenarios in which one or more people appear or expose themselves naked in public. It is a type of literature often characterized by taboos, prohibitions, and the allure of the forbidden. In “Naked in Public” stories, the protagonists may be driven … Continue reading The “Naked in Public” Genre
“The Songs of Bilitis” is a cycle of poems by French author Pierre Louÿs, published in 1894. It consists of 143 poems and is known for its explicit depictions of female sexuality and lesbian love. The title “The Songs of Bilitis” refers to a fictional ancient Greek poet and friend of Sappho, whom Louÿs claimed to have … Continue reading “The Songs of Bilitis” by Pierre Louÿs
In literature, there are countless representations of gazes that reflect the emotions of protagonists. In this regard, authors use various literary techniques to emphasize the importance of looks in their stories and to convey the characters’ emotions. Here are some examples: Gaze descriptions: Authors may use detailed descriptions of gazes to illustrate the emotions of … Continue reading Literary descriptions of the gaze
What is verbosity? In the context of creative writing, the term „verbosity“ refers to the use of less varied and weak verbs in a text. Verbosity occurs when a writer repeatedly uses simple, general, or vague verbs instead of using vivid, precise, and expressive verbs. Verbs are crucial for forming sentences and creating lively and … Continue reading Verbosity
The “36 Stratagems of the Honorable Mr. Tan” is a collection of tactical and strategic principles from ancient China compiled by the military strategist Tan Daoji. These stratagems have been used throughout history in various fields such as politics, business, and the military, and continue to have an influence on modern Chinese culture and thought. … Continue reading The 36 stratagems
In Aeschylus’ play “The Libation Bearers” Orestes is the main character who wants to avenge the murder of his father. A lock of Orestes’ hair and his footprint take on central importance, as Elektra recognizes her brother through them. In the play, Orestes has been living in exile since his father’s murder, and his return … Continue reading Body Features in Greek Tragedy: The Curl of Orestes
High heels have become an iconic symbol of femininity and beauty. One argument for wearing high heels is that they can make a person appear taller, slimmer, and more confident. They can also elongate the legs and make them look more shapely. Additionally, high heels can add a touch of elegance and sophistication to an … Continue reading Why high heels and barefoot running complement each other
A sorority is a social organization or club for women that is typically associated with a particular college or university. Members of a sorority share common values, goals, and interests, and often participate in social and philanthropic activities together. In American universities, sororities are part of the broader Greek system, which also includes fraternities (social … Continue reading What’s a sorority?
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