I found the following letter on a friend of mine’s facebook and figured that you all would find this as interesting as I did. “Dear Mr. Thatcher, I have been a loyal user of your ‘Always’ maxi pads for over 20 years and I appreciate many of their features. Why, without the LeakGuard Core or […]Read More Men and Maxi Pads
Alright fellow inhabitants of the college age-bracket! It’s that time again. (& No, I don’t mean time for the Britney episode of Glee.) It’s MIDTERM ELECTION TIME! Ahh, can’t you just smell the ballots in the air? But here’s the thing. I’m scared and you should be too. Watch thisRead More If a feminist votes in the woods, does anyone hear it?
Sometimes I really hate being a female sports fan. Really, all I want to do is to be able to appreciate my team, watch games, euphorically celebrate wins and cry my eyes out over losses, the same as any (male) sports fan. But usually what I get is a load of shit instead. No one […]Read More The Shocking Truth about Female Sports Fans
Patriarchy, a word, a symbol that frequently passes one’s mind and ears. Its traditional patterns and values, its history, and its normality provides us with a belief that patriarchy has always existed. And today, where are we, where are women in patriarchy’s lifespan? I’m sitting on my computer with a shot of vodka to the left […]Read More The Constraint
The October issue of Redbook Magazine captured my attention in the grocery store checkout line not only because the lovely Lauren Graham, actress of the television sensation “Gilmore Girls,” graces the cover, but also because it includes a poignant featurette entitled “10 Ways You Can Help Keep a Woman Safe” by Lindsey Palmer. The featurette […]Read More “Swap for Good”
SPOILER ALERT! Sorry to be myth busting a day early, if it makes you feel better, feel free to stop reading immediately and come back and read tomorrow on Myth Busting Monday. For those of you who are okay with a little myth busting on Sunday, feel free to read on. Many people today believe […]Read More Post-Feminism?
Anybody heard of Teresa Lewis? She was the first woman to be given capital punishment in Virginia in the last 100 years, and was executed on Thursday night at 9pm. But Teresa herself is not really what I want to talk about. The other day, in one of my classes, we were discussing the legitimacy of […]Read More Violence…? What Violence?