A few of us headed out with a mission. A mission not really defined, but a general mission of spending the $5 dollars each of us was given by our professor on something for someone we did not know. With such little money, even if we combined all of our sums together, it still seemed […]Read More Good Advocacy In Action: The Questions We Forget to Ask
Hello, fellow feminists! I hope that you have all been enjoying your week back from Spring Break! In case you haven’t read the blog this week, many of our bloggers (myself included) ventured to the 2016 National Young Feminist Leadership Conference last weekend. The experience was informative, mind-expanding, challenging, and incredibly inspiring. I could write […]Read More Cancerous Chemicals and Feminism
We took a bit of a break and we are back with your fave: THE NEWS ROOM. Here is a bit of a review of what happened over the last couple of weeks while we were gone. Still waiting for Trump’s campaign to be a really cruel joke (like a really bad one) Several incidents […]Read More BACK AT IT WITH NEWSROOM!
I hate porn. I am a 21 year old dude who hates porn. Porn sucks. In writing on the matter, I have to admit that porn was, at one point, a part of my daily life. It is for this reason I can adamantly speak against it. I hate what it did to me. I […]Read More Porn Sucks
When it comes to reproductive rights and access to reproductive healthcare, we (yes, me included) tend to use exclusive language. We call abortion and contraceptive access a women’s issue. Comprehensive sex education is for young boys and girls. Women need abortion on demand and without apology. Cis-women who are pregnant from cis-men are at the […]Read More Reproductive Justice: Not Just a Women’s Issue
So there’s this story. It hasn’t been told much, at least this specific one hasn’t, but it begs to be told. It begs to be heard because it’s like so many other stories. It was the summer before her senior year of high school. Summer in the suburbs with short shorts, bonfires, and house parties. […]Read More That Summer Night: A Story Kept Under Sheets
What a week! For those of you readers who just ended your spring breaks I’d like to give you an official welcome back! I hope your breaks were filled with friends, food, and a whole lotta whatever it is you like most. “OMG, what did you do over break lucilleontheball?” Glad you asked! Aside from […]Read More Am I a Pocket-Sized Feminist?
Shout Out! has been flourishing this semester. We hope that you have enjoyed our posts on everything feminist. Also, we hope you love the news updates we added to the blog as well. We wanted to make Shout Out a place for news and updates along with feminist discourse. Also, a BIG thank you to […]Read More UPDATES ON UPDATES & Posts Spotlights
I would not describe my family as “progressive.” A good majority of my family is from the South and conservative values permeated my childhood experience. However, unbeknownst to them, a few of my family members have had a key role in defining how I identify and perform my feminism. I would like to dedicate today’s […]Read More How My Family Shaped My Feminism
Any movement or organization whose aim is to fight against an injustice intrinsically has the aim to eliminate their own existence. Essentially a movement is born and exists, in the hopes that its goal will be accomplished and it will end having successfully influenced their respective community. As is the truth with feminism. I think […]Read More Biblical Feminism Part 3