@wokewarrior here giving you this semester’s final act. This semester in ShoutOut has been monumental. We’ve accomplished so much this semester. From day one we have championed an unstopped force on this campus. Even from the first day of class we shook shit up. From walk outs on the first day to haters in our […]Read More It’s been real, it’s been fun. Bloggers, its been REAL FUN.
On Wednesday April 10th I attended the University Health Center’s second annual Men & Violence Panel in honor of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The five panelists were Dr. Tim Miller, Dr. Steve Grande, Dr. Hakseon Lee, Jordan Todd, and Ross Erb. The purpose of this event is to promote the fact that sexual assault and […]Read More University Health Center Presents: Men & Violence
Biology does NOT give you an excuse to treat the ones you love like shit. Family members are supposed to be there for you – through everything. They’re the forever-kind of relationships. The ones that last you far past your friends and partners. But blood does not give you a reason to treat me like […]Read More Biology Isn’t An Excuse To Treat Someone Like Shit
USA Amnesty International reports that 148,000 women are incarcerated in state and federal prisons worldwide, yet among these prisons, 70% of the guards are male. And among most of these women incarcerated; most of these women are in jail, the US Department of Justice reports that only 14% of these women are in jail for […]Read More PR!SON: A Booming Business (Pt. 1)
Why would you stay in an abusive relationship? Just Leave! This is the common expression that many men and women hear who are in abusive relationships. From the outside, getting up and walking out the door sounds like an easy task. It is not always as simple as packing your bags and walking away. One […]Read More The Cycle of Domestic Violence #WhyIStayed
One of the most difficult situations is watching a friend or family member suffer from mental or physical abuse. There’s only so much you can say, and in the end the choice stays in the hands of the person living through that experience. It’s easy to panic when you are worried for the wellbeing of […]Read More Five ways to be supportive when your BFF/fam is in an abusive relationship
Song of Solomon might be the most accurate, intimate and harrowing account of boyhood I have ever read. And it was written by Toni Morrison, a woman; someone not usually associated with having such vast knowledge about growing up masculine. Yet Morrison’s ability to critically analyze the role of gender and race in 1930 […]Read More What Toni Morrison taught me about masculinity