Some personal qualities that piss the Patriarchy off but I’m not sorry about it!Read More 7 Qualities I’m Not Sorry About
Each Tuesday, we’ll be letting you know what we’re talking about in intersectional, feminist current events; pop culture, music, politics, health care, global human welfare, food and agriculture, social media… you name it, we want to hear about it!
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Aaaaaaand we’re back! We are so excited to have a fresh roster of bloggers for ShoutOut this semester!Read More Honey, I’m home!
We are so excited to introduce the new bloggers and their voices. We will begin posting this upcoming Sunday, and will post every day aside from Tuesdays and Fridays! Mark your calendars, y’all. We are comin’ in hot.Read More Calling all readers… Coming Soon!
This week, the ShoutOut! JMU bloggers set out to understand the differing ways in which feminism is interpreted on an individual basis. While feminism as a whole aims to put an end to patriarchy and sexism, individual identities often influence its meaning. All individuals face different life experiences due to their identities and place in society. […]Read More Feminist Perspectives: Dr. Matthew Ezzell
In honor of Valentine’s Day, I’m going to write a post about something I’ve never blogged about: Love and relationships. I am in a relationship, and I love talking about love, watching lovey-dovey movies, listening to love songs (especially Taylor Swift), but I didn’t think it was necessarily a feminist topic. However, most people deal with […]Read More Need relationship advice? Ask a married couple!
The ratio of women to men on campus is one of the first things I learned about when I was applying to JMU. The first thing people usually said was “wow, that’s such a party school”, quickly followed by “wow, there are so many girls there.” While the comment about JMU’s reputation as a party school […]Read More Stop Complaining about the Female to Male Ratio
I firmly believe in the truth and validity of everyone’s experience. Perception constitutes reality. That is why I have chosen to discuss this issue. I am fully aware of the #MinoritiesAtMadison movement, and I am also aware of the article that my fellow blogger, truequeerlatte, has written for ShoutOut. Let me be clear: It is […]Read More Diversity at JMU: IT EXISTS
**Trigger Warning: Talking about campus rape and ways to get information to students** What do you do if you are sexually assaulted? Honestly speaking, just off the top of your head do you know a resource or a number to call? I know that resources exist at JMU, C.A.R.E. for example, but what if I didn’t? Would […]Read More Quick Hit: Campus Assault Info in the Syllabus
In my first year at James Madison, a week after National Coming Out Day, Spirit Day was ablaze on campus. This spirit was not for the purple and gold before a football game, but instead to raise awareness about LGBT youth, and especially the suicide of Tyler Clementi. Many people brandished their usual JMU t-shirts […]Read More Start Wearing Purple