The 3 letter word no one wants to talk about but everyone wants to be good…SEX. Why is it important to have better sex ed?…For better sex of course!Read More Let’s Talk About Sex Baby
Therapy has helped millions of people all around the world. But why do we still talk about it like some secret, and why are there so many stigmas around it?Read More Therapy…Let’s Talk About it.
Dealing with a monthly period is not pleasant, especially with the stigma that comes along with it. Imagine if men were to have periods and how different menstruation would be treated?Read More If Men Had Periods
Unfortunately, we live in a society filled with exclusivity and unacceptance. We judge people before really getting to know them and we are uncomfortable by certain things that are not considered the “norm.” This forces me to ask myself, ‘What is normal, anyway?’ BORING. “Normal” is boring. GIF Link Bisexuality is characterized by society as […]Read More Bisexuality: Stigmatized not Accepted
Trigger Warning: This post does contain details and description of sexual assault It’s Italy in 1992, an 18 year old girl is picked up for her first driving lesson by her 45 year-old driving instructor. He then proceeds to drive her to an isolated road, pulled her out of the car, wrestled her out of her […]Read More Denim, Denim, Denim: Denim Day 2016
*Trigger Warning: Sexually Explicit Content “To be clear: My experience in porn has been nothing but supportive, exciting, thrilling and empowering.” With that statement in her interview with XOJane, the Duke University student, with an active career as a porn star, made jaws drop. Her story is every tabloid magazine’s dream: a female student at an elite […]Read More Porn Stars Have Rights Too
*TRIGGER WARNING* Last semester, I was sitting at work eating lunch and two coworkers, male and female, sat down with me. As I sat there, one asked if we’d heard of a sophomore girl who was rumored to have herpes. I kept silent.Read More STDs – A Woman’s Problem?
As Mental Health Awareness Week draws to a close, I decided to do a post on my relationship with mental illness, and the role it plays in my feminism. If you don’t know me very well, you’re probably under the assumption that I’m silly, playful, easy-going, and carefree. You probably wouldn’t think that there are […]Read More Anxious that this post isn’t good enough…