I cannot count the number of times I have been sitting in public and overheard a conversation between men talking and picking apart women. They are comments about a woman’s body, her personality, her intelligence, and the worst, how she wouldn’t have sex with them. This happens far more often than you may think. I […]Read More Why Men Need to Become Feminists.
BrunetteBloggr: I wanted to start this off by saying thank you so much for your time, it’s very exciting to have you back on the blog after some time now. For the readers who don’t know you, do you mind introducing yourself as well as some of your educational background? Dr. Mazzarella: My bachelor’s degree […]Read More Interview with Dr. Mazzarella
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?
Abortion laws have been an ongoing debate for centuries. Well, whether women have the right to make decisions regarding their own bodies has been the topic of many courtrooms, which are more often than not filled by men. Let’s rewind all the way back to 1973. That’s right, 1973. Which sounds like ages ago, because […]Read More Abortion laws in our country: The battle that never ends
Children’s books and stories are fundamental to developmental growth. I personally was a The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle kind of gal. But, books were a cornerstone of my, and many others, childhoods. These stories can teach us fundamentals of how to read, count, name colors, and understand what sounds barnyard animals make. But […]Read More Keep Your Hands Out of My Library
What is The 19th Amendment? On August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment was ratified. The 19th amendment granted women the right to vote, the specific language is as follows: “The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account […]Read More Women can vote, so why do they need the Equal Rights Amendment? ￼
Why does gender bias still occur in 2022 and how can we overcome it? More specifically, how does gender bias cause harm within the HealthCare system? These are questions we have to ask ourselves, to think about ways we could reduce this problem in HealthCare. In this blog post, I will be discussing three ways […]Read More 3 ways to reduce gender bias in healthcare
Why is the supreme court changing? Justice Stephen Breyer has announced his retirement, which is allowing the court to become more diverse? Read for information on Biden’s nominee and previous historic appointments to the Supreme Court.Read More ￼Hey Siri, why is it significant for this old white man to retire?
I am a junior transfer student here at James Madison University. Therefore, switching from a community college to a university…calls for quite the culture shock overall. As someone who enjoys the gym 24/7, you could call me a “gym enthusiast” if you will. In this blog post, I will be discussing my personal experience as […]Read More GYM CULTURE v. GENDER GAP: A GYM ENTHUSIAST PERSPECTIVE
@happygirl In March of 2019, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team’s 28 members and part of there organization filed a lawsuit against the discrimination in compensation against this womens sports team. Fast forward almost 4 years to February of 2022 and the class action lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation has finally been settled. A […]Read More The US women’s national soccer teams’ settlement is just the beginning