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Who Pays Does Not Define My Feminism

I'm a college graduate in a comfortable, full-time career, living on my own in a relatively affordable city. Like the majority of people my age, my rent is too damn high, my dog's immune system is too damn low (imagine the vet bills), the student loans are kicking in, and I refuse to stop buying… Continue reading Who Pays Does Not Define My Feminism

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New York Finally Able to Provide for Those Entering the Mensuration Station

In this ever growing world, positivity reverberates and great strides towards equality are being made in the United States of America. Most recently, on April 2nd, New York has become the third state to provide free menstrual products to schools from grades 6 through 12. This is amazing because every girl has had the unfortunate… Continue reading New York Finally Able to Provide for Those Entering the Mensuration Station

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Feminism and BDSM: A Coexistence

Pittsburgh’s Carnegie Science Center recently hosted a 21+ Sex, Love, and Science night where adults could enjoy the center kids free, explore the science behind sex and the human body, all while enjoying those adult beverages we love so much. The night included events such as a science speed dating session and a large-scale simulation… Continue reading Feminism and BDSM: A Coexistence

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Sex Positivity Doesn’t Mean You Want Sex

The sex positivity movement has roots in feminism with women taking power over and being shameless surrounding our sexuality. This isn't an all-inclusive approach, but there's room for all voices in the sex positive movement - there has to be. One of the common misconceptions is that you have to brag about sex, talk about… Continue reading Sex Positivity Doesn’t Mean You Want Sex

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Intersectional Body Positivity

Recently, Emma Watson addressed her shortcomings as a white feminist, leaving many white feminists wondering: what is white feminism? Including myself. I don’t pretend to be an activist. Most of the time I find Issues to be far more complex than saying, yes, that’s good or no, that’s bad [insert Only a Sith deals in… Continue reading Intersectional Body Positivity

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Star Wars Made Me A Better Woman

I miss Carrie Fisher was the first thought I had after seeing "The Last Jedi." Fisher, for good reason, has become a feminist icon, a voice of reason in a world gone mad. Now she's gone. And I so desperately wish to believe in the Force; that no one is ever truly gone. However, the… Continue reading Star Wars Made Me A Better Woman