I have never agreed with the idea of sororities. Never, ever. Growing up, seeing movies with sororities in them and big, girl-only friend groups reminded me of the girls that relentlessly bullied me all throughout school and even out of school online. My mindset on sororities was confirmed when I came to JMU and saw […]
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Ah, birth control. While this is a topic that females can talk about all day, a lot of males tend to avoid this subject. Although this is not the case with all males, it is no secret that a lot of them feel uncomfortable talking about women’s health. That is, unless it is beneficial toward […]
Read More But you’re on birth control, right?
When was in high school, I was comfortable with my body. I was never what anyone would call “skinny” but I had a roughly average build. I would eat three meals a day that would consist of what I was in the mood for, I wore whatever I wanted, and I woke up every day […]
Read More Welcome to college, here’s your eating disorder
As a female, I have experienced my fair share of misogyny. From a young age I have been advised to live my life a certain way, whether that be how I talk, act, or dress, and whenever I questioned this advice, the answer always had something to do with how men would perceive me. Throughout […]
Read More Do Institutions of Higher Education Prepare Females for Success?
Three is fine, three for me
Read More Lucky Number 3
Three of three, one of me.
Be the change you wish for others
As a college student, it seems like sex is almost always a topic of discussion among me and my peers. I’ve lost count of the amount of “hook-up” stories I’ve overheard while trying to eat my buffalo mash in the dining hall. I feel like a college campus is one of the few places in […]
Read More One’s A Slut & One’s a Stud
A year ago tomorrow, I got adopted a dog. He changed my life. Here’s a little bit about him.
Read More Gotcha Day
I’m baaaaaaaaack for one last time! As I close out the semester and my Diary of an Angry Black Woman trilogy, I want to thank everyone who has read my blog post and supported our blogs this semester. Often, students do not have the opportunity to express themselves on a platform such as this. Thank […]
Read More Diary of an Angry Black Woman pt. 3
What makes porn so disturbing beyond just the portrayal of sexual acts, is how certain porn companies get away with manipulating women to film shoots for them. My curiosity of the subject led me to a post, which exposed the individuals behind Girls Do Porn, a popular porn producing website that often films women aged […]
Read More Girls Do Porn: Sex Trafficking, Coercion, Manipulation
By now I am sure you are all aware about the rumor that JMU had an outbreak of HIV/AIDS. The University issued a statement that these allegations are false, however, students are still on edge about contracting HIV. HIV, medically known as Human Immunodeficiency Virus, is a sexually transmitted disease that is commonly known. This […]
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