feminism

At its core, feminism is the simple conviction that women are equal to men in every regard, and should be treated as such.

Cassia Grace2 months ago
Girls Need Girls
Well, when you think of women, when you think of girls, what comes to mind? Is it words or images? Are they positive or negative? Nothing? I always see like about three white girls laughing, looking i...
Hailey Richard2 months ago
Equally Different
Something that has been getting me pretty frustrated and upset recently is the misuse of the word “feminism.” I am also frustrated with the ignorant actions of all genders because of what they think f...
Jillian Weiss2 months ago
Dear Feminists
Dear Feminists, you do not speak for me. I do not need you to fight for my freedom, in fact, the freedom that I have has already been paid for in blood. Because men have fought and died for it. I am n...
Gabrielle Maryse2 months ago
The Future Is Female: Artistic Perspectives
As a writer, aspiring actress and PR specialist, there are many hats to be worn in my day-to-day life—a common trend for many women in the arts. With time and travels, I had the pleasure to work, or s...
Lexi Cowie2 months ago
Feminism Explained
Why Feminism Is Important
Michelle Schultz3 months ago
I Think I'm a Feminist...
So, I think I might be a feminist, but I'm not really sure. Let me be clear, I believe we should all have equal rights no matter your sex, race, religion...if you're one of those 'new nazis' maybe you...
Hannah Payne3 months ago
How I Wear a Corset and Continue to Call Myself a Feminist
Alright! Listen up, my fellow humans! I am here to tell you that corsets can be feminist too! I know, I know. Shocking! But it's true. Before I begin my rantings, I'd like to get something nice and cl...
Elianor M.A.3 months ago
The Future Is Female
On Sunday October 14, 2018, I received the greatest honor of my life so far: becoming a godmother to my six-week-old baby cousin. On Labor Day, the day my baby cousin graced my world with her arrival,...
Shivani Singh3 months ago
Discovering the Feminist Within
Over the several years of accumulated miscommunications among groups and individuals, simultaneous multiple social dynamics playing their parts in the world, and the simple yet understated fact that w...
Gabrielle Maryse3 months ago
The Audition: Public Relations
Receiving an email from my agent at 7 PM explaining I had been submitted to an audition for an American TV show, felt like my prayers had been answered. After searching for a sign that I shouldn’t giv...
Man Is Not Man Without Woman
Holding the header for this semi-rant—that I believe is extremely necessary—is the late Chantal Akerman. She was one of the most audacious, talented, unwavering filmmakers in her time and stands as on...
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Ms. Luv4 months ago
Why Do We Wait?
Ok, so if you have been watching the news, you know that Bill Cosby will be spending 3-10 years in prison, and Judge Brett Kavanaugh had his hearing for the nominee for the Associate of the Supreme Co...
Jay W4 months ago
My Nana and Feminism
For my interview, I interviewed my nana, or grandma as many others would see her as (but don't call her that, she doesn't like it). She's 68 years young and lives every day to the fullest. She's becom...
Abby W4 months ago
Psych and Prejudice Pt. 3
"Dress to impress" is something we've all heard before when applying to a job, starting a new school year, or going on a date. However, is there really a necessary reason to do that? Does wearing cert...
Abby W4 months ago
Psych and Prejudice Pt. 2
Greek life is often the focal point of a lot of student life on most large state campuses. Smaller campuses, like my own, do not have sororities or fraternities. From an outside perspective, Greek life seems like either an amazing way to make lifelong friends and promote certain acts of scholarship and service or it seems very superficial. So, what's the deal with sororities? If you took the chance to view the video at the top of the page, and I highly suggest you do, you will see a recruitment ...
Zoe Ramirez4 months ago
Curiosity and Its Role Within Systems of Oppression
Cynthia Enloe describes curiosity as something which “takes energy.” It is what leads humans to question aspects of the world around them. Without it, humanity would make no steps forward, and we woul...
Samantha Kristine4 months ago
What Men Fear Most About Going to Prison Is What Women Fear Most Walking Down the Sidewalk
“What Men Fear Most About Going to Prison is What Women Fear Most Walking Down the Sidewalk.”
Samantha Kristine4 months ago
She Must Be a Bad Bitch
In the last couple years, I have worked on becoming an independent woman; someone who can stand on my own, provide for myself, and love myself. Over these years I have also come close to knowing love,...