I want to add a quick Trigger Warning because this article will discuss topics of consent and sexual assault. This article is personal and also a bit of a bummer. No matter how uncomfortable, it is important to speak about. Our society’s understanding of consent is evolutionary, and has changed so much, even in just […]
Read More Aw Shit I think I Might Have Been Assaulted: Coping with Your Past and How Consent Evolves
This article explores both sides of the long-awaited Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard battle that will be making its way to Virginia this April. It also discusses cancel culture and the double standards of men and women when it comes to domestic violence.
Read More Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard Trial: The Double-Standards for Domestic Abuse
Encouraging men to read Wattpad or romantic novels featured on #BookTok so they can finally stop asking the question, “what do women want?”
Read More Written by a woman: Why Men should read wattpad
For those who attended high school, especially for junior and senior year, or have experienced the pressure to continue to higher education you know the stress that is common during the application process. We are always told that it is worth it in the end, that after the anxiety of applying and getting in some […]
Read More Trans Students’ experiences on College Campuses
Controversial, I know. At least maybe to the 40 million Americans that regularly visit porn websites. If my titles confuses you, makes you feel offence or even defence, it’s time to listen up. “How could me watching porn ever affect women in real life?” Let’s think about it this way. It’s estimated that 91.5% of […]
Read More How Pornography Promotes Violence Towards Women
We are @stillstanding99, @imabadwitch, and @thefeministsunflower, and this is your newsroom roundup of the week! Local News: After a townhall meeting and advice from legal counsel, Rockingham County Public Schools (RCPS) has made the decision to not adopt new inclusivity policies proposed by the Virginia Department of Education (VDOE). These policies were proposed in response […]
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Have young women today inherited a rape culture that is still ingrained? When will we as a society come to reject this legacy and what will it take? Glistening luxury pools and fountains, hand carved sculptures (not to call out any cover models), polished marble floors, chandeliers hanging from tall ceilings that cost more than […]
Read More Playboy Bunnies and the Chamber of Secrets
The 3 letter word no one wants to talk about but everyone wants to be good…SEX. Why is it important to have better sex ed?…For better sex of course!
Read More Let’s Talk About Sex Baby
One show that has all the fixings for a great but silly story…BUT, there’s a big elephant in the room we need to talk about.
Read More Bridgerton, Great Show…But Problematic
Thank you to all of our readers this semester! We definitely had a wonderful group of bloggers who touched on a wide variety of topics and wrote about them through a feminist lens. From virginity to transphobia to male feminism to injustices in healthcare, our bloggers reached new heights with the wide range of topics […]
Read More Thank You for a Great Semester!