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Category Archives: Feminism
Adrienne Rich, American poet, essayist and feminist, died on Tuesday, March 27. I read her essay “When We Dead Awaken: Writing as Re-Vision” about a month ago for an English class, and I was unable to put the book down … Continue reading
A 1993 study on women in relationships shows that 28% have experienced abuse by someone they know, and 15% have been forced to engage in unwanted sex under alcohol or drugs. It was with this statistic that Jean Kilbourne opened … Continue reading
This is a great account of “Why this slut walked” in the New York City Slut Walk just a few days ago. I like how it really gets to the true meaning of the walk, but doesn’t forget about the … Continue reading
In their Summer 2011 Issue, Ms. Magazine explains why a top-down, numbers-driven approach to population overcrowding and instability is both ineffective and anti-feminist. Read the full article here.