By: Laura Yac While being in school, a very common phrase that young girls/teenagers are scared to hear is, “Are you aware of the school’s… Read More »We need to change the dress code, not what girls wear.
By Brianna Green I ended the second part of this trilogy by saying, “The second thing that really bothers me is the entitlement this man felt that led… Read More »Blocking Someone Doesn’t Mean It’s Over – Part III
By Brianna Green If you caught the first part of this post in October, you’ll remember that one morning at 10 a.m. I blocked the number of a guy I had been seeing. Unfortunately, blocking… Read More »Blocking Someone Doesn’t Mean It’s Over – Part II
By Ace Garrett Last week, Sierra enlightened us to the limited representation for queer women and foc people on screen. Today we are going to… Read More »Sexism in the Queer Community: Some Factors
By Emma Gilham Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Women, written in 1791, questions societal norms placed on women in that time from… Read More »Brief Analysis of Chapter VI of A Vindication of the Rights of Women
By Morgan Clark When you hear the phrase “sex-positive” do you ever think of who coined the phrase? I know I haven’t. Not until one… Read More »Looking Deeper at Our Phenomenal Feminist: Betty Dodson
By Brianna Green On October 31st of this year, we lost an amazing woman and feminist icon. Her website, with business partner Carlin Ross says… Read More »Goodbye to a Feminist Icon: Betty Dodson
By Brianna Green Happy Halloween Roos! Thank you for watching the Witches Get Stuff Done video and for coming to the blog for more information… Read More »Witches Get Stuff Done: The Salem Witch Trials