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Rumination Over American Girl Power and More Governmental Overstepping

Check out these newsworthy articles that the core Truly Free Society team wants to share.

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We get it. There's only so much time in a day to browse the news headlines. That's why Truly Free Society staff is bringing you just a few news highlights they found interesting. Some articles listed below are news items found this week while others are more evergreen picks that pertain to relevant newsworthy topics. Check out these news recommendations below.

News Highlights from Teresa Yanaros

How Fed-Up Citizens Armed With A Petition Took On Leftists Over Austin’s Homeless Problem

by Jordan Davidson, April 30, 2021

Padme And Leia Are Girl Power The Way It Was Meant To Be

by Erica Jimenez, May 4, 2021

An Instagram Influencer Allegedly Scammed Followers Out Of $1.4 Million. Now She’s Taunting Them With Pictures Of Her Luxury Vacation.

by Ashe Schow, May 4, 2021


News Highlights from Arielle Wolfe-Fritz

So What's The Difference Between a Myth, a Fairytale, and a Legend?

by Caitlin Hobbs, September 4, 2020

Harpies, sirens, and other ‘nasty’ women: Going beneath misogyny.

by Barbara Spindel, April 5, 2021

How Managers Can Prevent Their Teams from Burning Out

by Jen Fisher, July 31, 2018


News Highlights from Teal Day

Billie Eilish’s Jarring New Vogue Cover Is A Window Into Gen Z’s Struggle With Sex

by Emily Jashinsky, May 4, 2021

Stimulus Checks Were Supposed To Lift Us Out Of Poverty, But They Just Helped Amazon Instead

by Elizabeth Condra, April 28, 2021

Hillary Clinton 'thrilled' Joe Biden is using the COVID pandemic to push big-government agenda

by Chris Enloe, May 3, 2021



Teresa Yanaros, a degreed journalist with a passion for uncovering the truth, has dedicated her life to investigating images and messages received through media outlets. Due to Teresa's experience with seeing just how deep the rabbit holes of online culture go, she is devoted to understanding the media effects of online subcultures upon their communities. Teresa is the founder of Truly Free Society.

Arielle Wolfe-Fritz, a creative writing enthusiast, researches anthropology and folklore. Through her captivating mini-docuseries, collaborations, and multi-media projects, she inspires people across the world to open their minds to the sociological, anthropological, and historical aspects of legends and folklore.

Teal Day, an adventurer aficionado, has traveled the world and lived quite the incredible gypsy life. She now shares her stories and insights as a means to inspire the masses to tap into their own ability to have fun and enjoy each and every moment of this winding road.

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Truly Free Society is a commentary-rich independent news media outlet that covers pop culture, new media, and politics from the view of people who love liberty and freedom of expression. Opinions and commentary expressed by our contributors do not necessarily reflect the views of Truly Free Society, its editors, affiliates, sponsors, or advertisers. Truly Free Society is an unofficial news source and has no connection to the outlets it investigates and upon which it reports.

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