Author Archives: C. Harper Gold

About C. Harper Gold

C. Harper Gold is a writer in an American metropolis. She is overly observant and entertains her constant compulsion to write about the daily occurrences in her life. She also writes fiction, screenplays, and journalistic articles.

Conformity Within The Hasidic Community

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Why I Pander To The Male Gaze

In every discussion about feminism in which I engage, the topic almost always seems to steer toward the Male Gaze.  Specifically, the insidious and toxic ways that the Male Gaze worms its way into our collective consciousness and (negatively) affects … Continue reading

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I’m Not A Therapist

I should probably make something clear right now.  I am a twenty-one year old college student.  I am neither a social worker nor a life coach.  The only semi-formal counseling training I have is with Safe Zone, which is an … Continue reading

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Spiral – A Fictional Triptych

Last Spring, I had the privilege of taking a creative writing workshop with the Welsh author and poet Siân Melangell Dafydd, when she was teaching at the American University of Paris.  The course was everything a writing workshop should be: honest, … Continue reading

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Follicle-Free Feminist

Let me preface this post with the following disclaimer: I am in no way preaching, advocating for, or proposing any sort of beauty regimen, hygienic standard, or lifestyle.  I am a feminist who hates body hair.  There, I said it.  … Continue reading

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The Problem With Ice-Breakers

I hate ice-breakers. I mean, really, who doesn’t? You cannot, in all seriousness, tell me of a single person who goes into a new class, or a seminar, or a workshop, and think, “Gosh, I really hope we can go … Continue reading

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