I kindly interrupt your normally student-led programming and casual Sunday drive to gush about the literal and figurative magic seen + felt at yesterday’s Women’s March on Washington, held in our nation’s capital. I hope you’ll join me as I wax poetic for few moments on the immense privilege it was to be joined by […]Read More JMU Students are Showing Up and Doing The Work
I am filled with so much joy to be welcoming our new 2019 ShoutOut! feminist bloggers. In this short time as a group we have celebrated new achievements —– meeting new people, getting to know one another, and engaging in ShoutOut!’s first rigorous class structure. But we have also learned that we still have so […]Read More Here Ye, Here Ye! Feminists are here!
As someone who’s diagnosed with ADHD, it can be frustrating to hear phrases like “I feel so ADHD today” or “I’m going to need some Adderall to pass my finals this semester” from people who don’t actually deal with having ADHD. It’s something that has become normalized, especially in college culture, and I’m honestly not […]Read More Stop Joking About Mental Health
Let me warn you, it’s not pretty…Read More Women’s Health in U.S. Prisons
Let’s get REAL about what Operation Santa Clause is truly about.Read More Operation Santa Claus, Part 19
Just because I identify as black doesn’t mean I want to discuss my experience as being black like I’m some sort of foreign being and I want my non-POC (person of color) counterpart to “take me to their leader”.Read More Unapologetically Black & I Don’t Need to Explain.
Hey! Are you sure of your political views, but have been told you’re wrong? Are you tired of being told that you’re problematic? Have you been personally victimized for voicing your views in public because they actively harm other individuals? Are you “fiscally conservative” and “just really unsure why everything is so political nowadays?” Then I have a post just […]Read More Skrrrrt! 6 easy ways you can cancel yourself.