*Trigger warning for people that have suffered from an eating disorder* “It’s the most wonderful time of the year” well for some. Christmas dinner, a joyous event, eating delicious food surrounded by your loved ones. An event that most suffering from an eating disorder dread instead of look forward to. With a lack of control […]Read More Fear: holiday dinner
I had the pleasure of interviewing Lilia Souri, a close friend of mine and a women’s rights activist who works in Brooklyn, NY! We will learn more about Lilia’s past and ideas on being an activist below! We talked about the Iranian Revolution currently happening over women’s rights in Iran and how she views that […]Read More WAKE UP! Big Things are Happening in Iran and You NEED to be Informed.
The new pro-life argument in the abortion debate. Following the recent election results, the anti-abortion population has developed a new approach in their fight for pro-life. Interestingly enough, their new argument is based on the environment. Generally a democratic concern, these right-wingers are now showing “care” towards the environment. However, this newly professed concern for […]Read More Are abortion rights an ENVIRONMENTaL issue?
Turkey, Cranberries, a heated political discussion, pumpkin pie…aahh all the staples of a classic Thanksgiving Dinner. A holiday a lot of us are now fortunate enough to know as a day of thanks, did not start off that way. Although I understand many are already familiar with the harsh realities of Thanksgiving, it is important […]Read More Ways to Feminize this Thanksgiving
As a big rap ad hip-hop music fanatic, I pay attention to the lives of many rappers I listen to or even rappers always in the blogs. So I’ve vividly noticed how gun violence has robbed a lot of artists of their lives in the past 5 years, and has even robbed the black community […]Read More These Black Men Deserved To Grow Old
Growing up, I was a dedicated tomboy. I loved soccer, video games, and Pokemon. Going into each recess I knew I had the choice to play sports with the boys or crafts with the girls. No matter what I chose, I knew I would be accepted into each group. This allowed me to find different […]Read More “You Play Like a…”
Today is the first day of the 2022 FIFA Men’s World Cup in Qatar. It is estimated that Qatar spent over $229 billion in hosting the tournament and over 3 million tickets were sold for the tournament. The World Cup is held every four years with the men’s and women’s cups occurring in consecutive years (i.e., 2018 […]Read More the world cup: a practice in inequality
As I continue into my last year at James Madison University, I want to take the time to explore how the implementation of inclusive language in my courses has positively impacted my understanding of feminist discourse.Read More Inclusive language is necessary in academia
LOCAL NEWS: Harrisonburg High School students hold walkout in response to Gov. Younkin’s policies Repercussions of the policy concern students of Harrisonburg High School, stating that this action could create a potentially dangerous environment for school youth rooted in transphobia, seeking to harm trans and nonbinary youth. Teachers and school staff may forcibly “out” students […]Read More Newsroom
Yes, birth control has the amazing ability to prevent contraception, but in the recent wave of the government overturning Roe v Wade and moving the discussion to birth control, do male politicians understand that birth control has the ability to combat other women’s health issues. I personally know this as I suffer from endometriosis, a […]Read More Dear male politicians, birth control saves lives.