WATCH: 'Myths are only labels'
MANILA, Philippines – Here's a question to all women out there: which of the Greek mythology goddesses and gods do you aspire to be?
In celebration of National Women's Month this March, we are sharing this video of a spoken word poem about Greek mythology, women stereotypes, and aspirations.
Entitled "Myths are only labels," this original spoken word poem by Roseball Toledo, a Broadcast Communication student at the University of the Philippines Diliman, aims to emphasize that there are no limits to what women can achieve.
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