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.
I would like to tell you a story…… Read More Nirbhaya ~ Speech of Praise
Excerpt from the response of Ángeles A. Auyanet, specialist in masculinity and prostitution, to Amnesty International for the total decriminalization of prostitution, which will benefit mafias, johns and pimps.
Extracto de la respuesta de Ángeles A. Auyanet, especialitsta en masculinidades y prostitución a Amnesty International por la descriminliziacion total de la prostitucion que beneficiara a mafias, puteros y proxenetas.… Read More Open Letter to Amnesty International (Spanish/English)
“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
The disturbing killing rampage that took place on May 23, 2014, in the Santa Barbara County had the media blasting, and the nation in a state of shock. The twenty-two year old perpetrator, Elliot Rodger, killed seven random individuals, and injured another thirteen. The sequence of events that had led to these actions were explained,… Read More An Unspoken Truth