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31-10-2012, 12:51 PM
RE: Hello Again!
(30-10-2012 06:09 AM)ebilekittae Wrote:  Hey there everybody! I'm Kathryn, I used to be active on here but I haven't posted in a couple years or something. I thought I'd like to see how things had come along since I left and try to meet new people!

So, since I imagine I probably won't recognise most people and they won't recognise me, I might as well introduce myself again!

As I said, I'm Kathryn. I live in northern Kentucky (yes, the state with the Creation Museum and the WIP Noah's Ark). I'm an atheist among a family of very conservative fundamentalist Christians (I live with my Grandmama and two aunts currently, however, and they--while still being Creationists--are much more liberal in practice). I'm a feminist and advocate trans rights. I play video games way too much, especially fighting games. I'm a university student at the University of Louisville, currently with a majour in pre-engineering, but I might be changing that to Women's Studies come next semester.

Um, so I guess that's it! Pleased to meet everyone!

Stick with engineering so you can make a decent living.

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01-11-2012, 06:40 AM
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(31-10-2012 12:51 PM)Chas Wrote:  Stick with engineering so you can make a decent living.

That's what I was thinking. It would be incredibly hard to get a good job with a degree in Women's Studies (hell, I'm not even sure what kind of a non-professor job I could get with that).

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01-11-2012, 09:20 AM
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it's a degree that you get if you plan to work inside non-rofit organizations. Women's studies is primarily a degree for activists. A field that doesn't reallly require a degree but you're more likely to be o th paid staff with a degree.

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