Please enjoy me pretending I have extensive musical knowledge as I share three of my rockin’ femme-faves of the modern day.Read More Powerful Feminist Musicians to Save Our Souls
Your weekly update on what’s happening locally, nationally, and internationally. What’s the news this time?Read More ShoutOut!, ShoutOut!, Read All About It!
Trigger Warning: Mentions of physical abuse and sexual assault. It is common knowledge that women in the workplace are treated differently than their male counterparts. The prevalence of unequal pay, barriers to career advancement, and the tendency of women’s contributions to be devalued are just a few of the issues we face, and that doesn’t […]Read More Stop canceling women, start canceling double standards
At the end of freshman year, I went out with a group of friends. The night started innocently enough— we tried on different outfits, played our favorite songs and took millions of Snapchats and Instagram photos. It was supposed to be a final hurrah before finals week started, a night of unadulterated fun before we’d […]Read More Sorry, Maroon 5, But Getting Drugged Isn’t a Party
Title in reference to this meme. For those who argue that there is no need for feminism, or who think that there is no such thing as privilege, read this. Go to the movies, watch a political debate, open a newspaper. You won’t be surprised to see that the majority of people you see are […]Read More Damnnnn Donald: Back at it again with that white male privilege
Lately, I have been questioning love. Is love something you fall into? Is love like the pieces of toilet paper that inevitably get caught on your shoe, follows you around until you notice after several hours its there? Or — Is love like looking at the weather report with 90% chance of rain and knowingly […]Read More Love: Conscious Falling
Heyoooo ShoutOuters! This week’s newsroom is special edition because both Wannabeaudre and Southernantibelle are updating YOU on what’s poppin. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month If you don’t know, now you know. This month’s theme is prevention is possible. We can stop sexual assault through awareness, activism, and changing the policies to help the victims. […]Read More Newsroom: Let’s Get Current