When the United States Women’s Soccer team won the world cup in 2019, well-known soccer player Megan Rapinoe proclaimed, “I’m not going to the f*cking White House” when asked if excited about going. This occurred during the Trump administration and Rapinoe has made it very clear that she is no fan of him. However, how […]Read More Is Joe doing his part for the feminist community?
This past week in news: Local: On Thursday, Mary Baldwin University (MBU) responded to claims that one of their women’s basketball players used racial slurs during a January 30th game against William Peace University. In the MBU statement, ““During the investigation we carried out in conjunction with colleagues at WPU, our administrators carefully reviewed video […]Read More Newsroom Roundup
Say her name: Sarah Everard. Sarah was a 33-year old woman who worked as a marketing executive that lived in South London. On March 3rd, she left a friend’s house around 9 p.m. to head back home for the night. Unfortunately, she never made it home. After an exhaustive search, her remains were found in […]Read More The Deplorable Story of Sarah Everard
Let us talk about the wide spectrum of opinions about the topic of birth control pills. On one side, you have people viewing the pill as a way to choose what one woman chooses to do with their body. It could be looked at as a contraceptive, a way to regulate one’s period, a way […]Read More Not All Gynos are Feminists
As someone who is passionate about social advocacy, I applied to a graduate school program at a university that is very well known for their political communications master’s degree. As someone who has a rather low GPA, I thought it would be silly to apply – but I did anyways. I remember everyone was super […]Read More Not the reaction I was expecting…
So, I am into politics. Like, really into politics. I classify myself as a moderate Democrat. Meaning, I politely disagree with most conservative stances but also don’t identify with radical liberal stances. With that being said, I have been heavily involved in the political workforce ever since I have had the opportunity to apply to […]Read More The Day a Man learned that Women can work in Politics