Let’s dive head first into the female anatomy. The goal is to empower women to not only speak their minds but to take a little trip to their pleasure palace themselves.Read More The Big O
My experiences, on a college campus, with a *timeless* act that I will absolutely never understand…Read More Catcalling: Why Though??!
It’s hard to understand why a woman would defend someone who has allegedly sexually assaulted over 80 women. How can she be a feminist? And how can we as feminists support her? I don’t know. But I do know that in some crooked way, I admire her.Read More Harvey Weinstein’s lawyer is a woman.
Everyone warns you about the transition from high school to college and how difficult it is from a student standpoint, but as a student-athlete its way harder and it takes a toll on you.Read More Your Mental Health MATTERS
Welcome back for another round of newsroom! This week we have a variety of stories to share with you as well as information on upcoming performances that may be of interest to you. Today’s selection of the news is brought to you by @missworldwidexoxo and @maximum2022.Read More What Time is it? News Time!
It doesn’t. That’s the point. I don’t want you to look at me and think I am x. Because to you, if I am x, then I must be y. If I am y, I should probably do z, and if I don’t… that is wrong?
This piece is a personal insight on non-binary identities.
This week, I am happy to share an interview I had with a dear friend, Nat, who I met on study abroad in Japan last year. Nat is from Scotland, and I wanted to ask her some questions about what it meant to be a feminist there.Read More Feminist Perspectives: Scotland
As I get older, I am becoming more aware of how blessed I am to have a father who believes that I deserve the same rights as my two brothers.Read More An Open Letter to my Dad: Thank You for Being a Feminist
As ShoutOut Celebrates 10 beautimus years, we invite you to express yourself! Sign-up if you are interested in performing at our Annual V-Day Event on March 4th from 7-9 PMRead More CASTING CALL FOR V-DAY PERFORMERS
The National Eating Disorder Awareness (NEDA) week is February 24th to March 1st this year, and to promote awareness the Sigma Sigma Sigma Sorority (Tri Sig) hosted a Speak out in honor of the survivors and fighters of eating disorders. In my three years at JMU, I have never been to this event. Each year […]Read More 2020 Leslie George Speak Out