Radical Justice for trans* youth

How can we let a murderer walk free? The amount of issues individuals face daily due to their gender identity is truly immense. Through my studies, I have become familiar with the issues that trans* individuals face daily due to their gender identity.  In order to truly understand the issues that impede on the trans […]

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Quick Hit: Lupita Nyong’o is Third Black Woman on People’s ‘Most Beautiful’ Cover, But She’s the First Dark-Skinned Woman

Yesterday, Lupita Nyong’o became the third black woman to be named People’s “Most Beautiful” person of the year–but she’s the first woman of color with dark skin to earn the label. In 2012, People magazine named Beyoncé the most beautiful woman of the year; in 2003, it was Halle Berry who was on the cover of the annual list.

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Judge a Man by the Quality of His Dishwashing: Politics of Housework

What happens when 9 friends with different backgrounds, interests and aspirations come to live in a 100-year-old house? No, it’s not another predictable season of Real World  (or any other train-wreck of a reality show MTV produces), no it’s actually my current living situation. As I’ve mentioned before, I live with eight other guys and […]

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Shout-Out’s Back ALRIGHT!!

Hey everyone! It’s your pro-feminist friend ElFeministo, back for another year of feminist discourse! I’m back to further my feminist rhetoric and learn more about how to live a feminist life! So if you remember me from my previous posts, I was literally fresh to the philosophy of feminism and what it meant to be […]

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