To celebrate one year since the election of arguably the worst president in the history of the United States, the month of November will be Rage Against the Machine Month here at The Seeker’s Dungeon. The entire month will be guest posts on topics about how we should or could be doing better. Rage here shouldn’t be misconstrued as hate speech, but rather as passion speech – passion for life, passion for equality, passion for humanity, passion for the environment. I won’t be posting any hate, so don’t bother submitting it – strongly defined passions, however, I will certainly post. Keep in mind that you don’t have to agree with me, or my own unabashedly liberal agenda or worldview, but also understand that I don’t moderate the comment section. I’m not interested in creating a platform for inciting violence, but calling it out. In the comment section I allow people to represent themselves.
Your post doesn’t have to be about the United States or even politics, but should be about what is keeping our world in darkness and your own solutions for shedding light. Talk about where your own passions lie, your own causes, and the glass ceilings you are trying to break on through. Your essay should be between 800 and 5000 words. You can send them to firstname.lastname@example.org and write Rage Post in the subject line. Please include a header image, a profile picture and a short bio, along with your blog address, or whichever other form of social media that you would like your name to link to. Also, be sure to edit your submission before sending it. I’m eager to hear what you all have to say, so let’s say it well.
The Rage Against the Machine Contributors:
Day 11: Earth Grief by Sherry Marr
Day 12: Searching by Oliana Kim
Day 14: The Hip Woman by Ana Daksina
Day 15: On Being a Lady by Kripa Gressel
Day 17: I don’t understand… by Amy
Day 20: #BeKindToElephants by Monika
Day 21: Finding A Way by Bertie Hutchins
Day 22: Fated by Rebel Willing
Day 26: Coming Out by Elmari W.
Day 27: What Sort of Men by Gary Maxwell
Day 27: Just One Word by Sonya Kassam
Day 29: Rectitude by Tobe
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