I will vote for a woman, but only when the right one comes along. As a feminist, I identify a wide variety of issues that weigh on my election choices. I am willing to look past just being the “first” because it has now to be about “more”.… Read More Yes, I am a Feminist. No, I am Not Voting for Clinton.
Amnesty International, and NGO that claims to promote and defend human rights, voted today to adopt a new policy that supports the global decriminalization of prostitution.… Read More Wolves dressed in Sheep’s Clothing
Human trafficking is an industry that makes $150 billion from controlling and exploiting human beings, which clearly demonstrates that the demand is extremely high. The offer has to meet the needs of the consumers by controlling and exploiting more and more individuals in order to keep up with the demand. It makes sense, right? No demand, no offer, no business, no human trafficking. Crystal-clear.… Read More Drinking the KoolAid
“Would we find greater societal support of breastfeeding if both men and women engaged in the practice?” (Noonan & Rippeyoung, 2011). Breastfeeding is a trending topic that has been stigmatized due to public outcries and societal lack of support, forcing women to suffer the consequences on a bigger scale. Health benefits for both women and… Read More U.S. Breastfeeding Laws
A couple years ago, I wasn’t really aware of the constant objectification that today’s media has been stuffing down our throats, and how this had personally biased my values, beliefs, and even my daily behavior. Apparently, I didn’t pay too much attention to what I was watching or listening to, until my friend – the… Read More Objectification Epidemic: The Effects of Media on Gender Representation and Mental Health