As we come to a wrap with the end of this year, I am reflecting on how this class changed my perspective on women and gender studies issues. I was fortunate enough to be in a class this year that initially talked about safe space versus brave space. Our safe space was free from bias, […]Read More GOOD(BYE) FRIDAY!
Happy April Fools Day! Pranks, laughter, and jokes are all part of the fun of today! With that being said, not all jokes are funny. In fact, some jokes can just be hurtful, inappropriate, and in general, should not be said. Rape jokes and misogynistic humor is something that should bring about negative awareness. When […]Read More 22-YEAR OLD WHITE MALE TELLS SEXIST JOKE & GETS A DATE… April fools!
Happy St. Patty’s friends! Today I want to talk a little bit about a class discussion I participated in this past Monday. We were blessed to be around the presence of Cate Palczewski, as she informed us about the positives and negatives of pornography. When I reflect back on the reading (Palczewski Reading.pdf), I dive […]Read More Sexualizing, Objectifying, and Disrespecting Women DOESN’T Make You LUCKY
Finally Spring break, the time for beaches, cruises, sleeping, and something a little more serious… Mental Health awareness. It’s a time to talk about taking a break from what causes you stress, relaxing after a hard day, and learning a little bit about what can cause people to become less in control of their lives. […]Read More Take a Break From What Gives You a Headache!
Hello my friends! It’s that time of year, again. Valentines Day! It’s all about a day of getting flowers, chocolates, and diamond rings… Well, not exactly. Today, it’s a day for me to talk to you all about Instagram and the negative effects social media can have on us, and […]Read More Am I Getting “Liked” On Valentine’s Day?!
“Leave his texts on read, leave his balls on blue. Put it on airplane mode so none of those calls come through,” (Cardi B, I DO). MOOD. Sorry to break your hearts boys, but girls like sex, too. I know it’s this big misconception that we need to be saved, or we are some damsel in distress; […]Read More Double standards? Nah. No standards? I want it, I got it.