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How I learned To Stop Blaming Myself For Being Drugged And Sexually Assaulted

How I learned To Stop Blaming Myself For Being Drugged And Sexually Assaulted

By Annabelle Ramos It’s difficult for a woman to admit to herself, let alone to anyone else, that she has been sexually violated. At least, it was for me. Initial […]

July 19, 2016 ×
Creating A Personal Brand Is A Great Way To Share Your Passion With Your Network

Creating A Personal Brand Is A Great Way To Share Your Passion With Your Network

By Helen Roe What do Taylor Swift, Hillary Clinton and Oprah have in common? Aside from being incredible female role models, they all have a successful personal brand. Something they […]

July 18, 2016 ×
I Shed Layers Of Insecurity & Self-Hatred And Underneath Found My Beauty, Worth & Passion

I Shed Layers Of Insecurity & Self-Hatred And Underneath Found My Beauty, Worth & Passion

By Jenny Arzola Life is full of precious moments and we are meant to live them. I mean it’s either that or you dim your light; I choose not to […]

June 13, 2016 ×
In The Wake Of Hillary Clinton Making History, We Pay Homage To Other Female Presidential Candidates

In The Wake Of Hillary Clinton Making History, We Pay Homage To Other Female Presidential Candidates

By Katie McBeth With the primary elections coming to a close, the people of America are looking at a historic Presidential race. Based on the current projections from the media, […]

June 13, 2016 ×
Being Constantly Sexually Harassed In The Film Industry Forced Me To Launch My Own Prod. Company

Being Constantly Sexually Harassed In The Film Industry Forced Me To Launch My Own Prod. Company

By Nicole Wensel My childhood love of Blockbuster and obsession with binge watching French New Wave films led me to study filmmaking at the USC School of Cinematic Arts. I […]

June 10, 2016 ×
Panic Disorder Nearly Ruined My Life…Until I Found Tools To Manage & Control It

Panic Disorder Nearly Ruined My Life…Until I Found Tools To Manage & Control It

By Cami Julaine You know that feeling you get when you’re riding a roller coaster, slowly going up hill, and your body anticipates the fall, but it hasn’t quite dropped […]

June 6, 2016 ×
My Daughter Was Told Her Outfit Was “Inappropriate”. Here’s My Response To The Dress Code Epidemic

My Daughter Was Told Her Outfit Was “Inappropriate”. Here’s My Response To The Dress Code Epidemic

By Abigail Smith As someone who frequents social media and identifies as a feminist, I have been aware of the controversy surrounding school dress codes for a while. I’ve seen […]

May 17, 2016 ×
How Social Media Has Changed And Amplified The Modern Feminist Message

How Social Media Has Changed And Amplified The Modern Feminist Message

By Katie McBeth Since the original movement took form in the mid nineteenth century, feminism has gone through some huge changes. What first started as a right for women to […]

May 9, 2016 ×
Four Reasons Why I Think Reading A Romance Novel Is Actually A Feminist Thing

Four Reasons Why I Think Reading A Romance Novel Is Actually A Feminist Thing

By Brianna Sybella I’ve always been the smart one in my class, in my group of friends and even in my family – or so I’ve been told. The one […]

May 2, 2016 ×
The ‘Real Women Of Instagram’ Campaign Is Challenging Beauty Standards Amplified By Social Media

The ‘Real Women Of Instagram’ Campaign Is Challenging Beauty Standards Amplified By Social Media

By Kayla Tricaso A few months ago I was prompted in my Psychology of Women class at my college to incorporate my major into a final project. My major is […]

April 15, 2016 ×
Why The 2016 ‘Black Girls Rock’ Event Broke This Black Man Right On Down

Why The 2016 ‘Black Girls Rock’ Event Broke This Black Man Right On Down

By Jarrett Hill I don’t know where to even start, as I sit, watch, feel. I observe, consume, and admire in awe and wonder at what just happened before me. […]

April 11, 2016 ×
I Talk About My Debilitating Struggle With Anxiety To Educate People About Mental Illness

I Talk About My Debilitating Struggle With Anxiety To Educate People About Mental Illness

By Liz Greene I was on my knees in front of the toilet, retching. I’d brought up all the food in my stomach, but I didn’t dare move. My babysitter […]

April 5, 2016 ×