Kamala Harris has made history. And she is a queen for it.Read More THE QUEEN HERSELF HAS DONE IT
Better known as the oldest profession, Prostitution, or Sex work, is “an umbrella term to encompass a variety of acts involving a commercial transaction for a sexual activity, such as stripping, escorting, erotic massage, telephone or internet sex, and prostitution”. Throughout this article, I will be focusing on the history of female sex work within […]Read More Prostitution and The History of the Feminist Divide
A brief preface: Hello reader, this post will be featuring two of my fellow bloggers and friends, @thequeertexan and @theehotgirl, as we read Amy Phony Coney Barrett for filth, but also grip with the reality that us and many Americans may be facing in leui of her confirmation Monday. So, here are our thoughts: @thequeertexan: […]Read More Three Homeskillets on the Mess That is Amy Coney Barrett
Why we should wait to fill this icons seatRead More RBG I’m So Sorry
How about we all just mind our own business and reproductive choices!Read More Can We Please Stop Invalidating Women Who Choose Not to Have Kids?
Hello all and welcome back to another semester of ShoutOut! You didn’t think we were going to let a global pandemic stop us from bringing you the highest quality feminist discourse, did you? Sure, our collective may not be meeting face to face, but that won’t stop us from taking down the patriarchy one blog […]Read More We’re Back, Baby!
Black women are the mothers of modern medicine. However, black mothers are dying. Dive in with me and learn more about what black women are experiencing within the field of medicine.Read More Black Mothers Matter
If you remember from my interview with my Scottish friend, I want to include feminist perspectives from around the world on the blog. I was lucky enough to interview the dynamic Katsu, a wonderful person I met on my study abroad who answered some questions about what feminism means to her and what it means […]Read More Feminist Perspectives: Poland
“Difference needs to be seen as a source of creativity, not a reason for destruction or polarization”
When it came to deciding on my blogging focus, I wanted to make sure that as a collective we are representing feminist topics outside of just our American experience. Feminists exist worldwide, and they’re doing pretty important things.Read More Femicide, Global Movements, and Me