This has been great semester. Thank you to our bloggers for their insight, experiences, quirks, ideology and more. Like Wannabeaudre, who really put their own insight into reproductive health. Femfarts analyzes sexism through religious lens. ProChoicePrincess continuously addressed reproductive rights in a new way. Inthemotheroffing captures a unique perspective of investigative feminism. They aim to […]Read More Goodbye!!
Have you ever uttered the words “birth control” in a crowded room, only to have a slew of back-to-back horror stories told to you by 10 different humans? Perhaps you’ve been to the gynecologist or your nearest WebMD web page, only to be completely overwhelmed with options and medical jargon that goes in one […]Read More Birth Control + You: Real Talk
BEER and BOOKS. If I am being honest, these two words pretty much sum up what I thought college would be like before entering. Endless dirty-bronze rivers flowing with keystone ice and endless stacks of papers and homework. The beer is plentiful and the homework is sufficient, but my college experience has far exceeded these […]Read More Leaving Home
The presidential election is coming upon us quicker than we think. The top candidates have not been narrowed down, and it is getting close (and terrifying with Trump getting so much support). But if you are like me, and you care about certain issues, then you’re probably wondering which candidates are the most (or the […]Read More Let’s Get Political
Hey everyone! First off, us bloggers here at Shoutout are SO pumped to be bringing you the final round of NEWSROOM. We’ve greatly enjoyed scoping the scene for all the hot news surrounding feminist issues and hope you’ve enjoyed reading what we’ve got to say! So let’s do this one more time- here’s what’s up […]Read More Newsroom from Your Fave Feminists!
Trigger Warning: This post does contain details and description of sexual assault It’s Italy in 1992, an 18 year old girl is picked up for her first driving lesson by her 45 year-old driving instructor. He then proceeds to drive her to an isolated road, pulled her out of the car, wrestled her out of her […]Read More Denim, Denim, Denim: Denim Day 2016
I personally hate engaging with people who have different political/moral values than I do via social media. I feel like the process is just long and complicated and (in my case) sweaty and painful. However, while scrolling through twitter this morning I ran into my homegirl Elizabeth Warren who straight up called. out. Ted Cruz […]Read More Women in Politics are not Bossy
“Self-care” has been a popular topic in feminism for many months now, and with good reason. It’s crucial to take care of your body, from the food that you eat to the ways that you relax. However, one often overlooked area of self-care is ensuring the sexual health of our bodies. In fact, sexual health is […]Read More Sexual Health and Self-Care
This past week, Buzzed released a video titled, “27 Questions Black People Have For Black People.” The video has been the topic of discussion because it plays on stereotypes of Black people instead on genuine experiences. The questions vary from: Why is it so hard to be on time? Why do Black people look at […]Read More Experiences Define Us, Not Stereotypes
If you think sex education is an unnecessary and unimportant topic of conversation, I recommend you spend an hour in your average, smelly, pubescent-ridden middle school or watch John Oliver’s special on the issue. I recently reached out to the very cool, very reality-driven sex ed specialist Laura Leischner who works with various high schools […]Read More Sex Ed: How to be an Askable Adult, and Why It’s Vital You Do So