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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Call for Forum Submissions on Campus Violence, Resistance, and Strategies for Survival

March 2, 2015
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TheFeministWire

“COLLECTIVE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS”:  CAMPUS VIOLENCE, RESISTANCE, AND STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL Editors: Martina “Mick” Powell (guest editor) and Heather M. Turcotte ~~~ In 2014, over fifty US college and university collectives filed formal Title IX complaints against their institutions for a variety of reasons, including the mishandling of sexual assault cases by the administration.  Students,...
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TFW’s Brooke Elise Axtell to Perform with Katy Perry at Grammys

February 5, 2015
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TFW's Brooke Elise Axtell will perform with Katy Perry at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony on Sunday, February 8, 2015 at the Staples Center in Los Angeles.
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Posted in Activism, domestic violence, Patriarchy, Sexism, sexual violence, TFW in the World, Violence | No Comments »

A State of Rage (for Toni Cade Bambara)

November 19, 2014
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"A State of Rage" -Jacquelin Thompson, Lois Moses, Bridget Jones
Photographer: Wadia L. Gardiner
Courtesy: AfroLez® Productions

I am tired of the silences that have been imposed on us. Shhhhh. Black women and girls. I am tired of the silences that we, Black women, have imposed on ourselves and on our daughters.
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Posted in Arts & Culture, Black Girls, Black Men, Black Women, Bodies, Ethnicity, Feminism, intersectionality, masculinity, Men of Color, Patriarchy, Poetry, Racism, Sexism, sexual violence, Sexuality, Toni Cade Bambara, Violence, White Supremacy, Women of Color | 4 Comments »

Don’t Get Caught Sleeping: Male Desire of Unconscious Women

November 11, 2014
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Conner

We all argued and it was mostly about their insistence that I had called my godbrother a rapist. They made the most compelling arguments about false rape accusations, which I don’t deny exist. And I responded, just as strongly, that that was not what had occurred this night. I had not falsely accused him...
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Posted in Black Girls, Black Women, Family, masculinity, Patriarchy, Sexism, sexual violence, Women of Color | 2 Comments »

The Religion of My Rape

November 6, 2014
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Jennifer Zobair

By Jennifer Zobair Whenever the epidemic of rape in Egypt makes the news, I am destined to think of Joyce Carol Oates. Last summer, the author took to twitter to question whether Islam was responsible for the widespread incidence of sexual assault in Egypt, an argument people continue to make today. As a Muslim...
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Posted in Religion, sexual violence, Stereotypes, Violence | 21 Comments »

COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Silent No More

November 4, 2014
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By Katie Wayhart   SILENT NO MORE   Spent more time with mommy than the other girls at school. Tall, blonde, “mature for her age” little girl. Older cousin says, “I’ll show you mine if you show me yours.” A seemingly innocent “game” turns into something more.   Years go by.  Are her memories...
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Posted in Activism, Bodies, College Feminisms, Family, Feminism, Health, Patriarchy, Poetry, Politics, Sexism, sexual violence, Writing, Youth | 3 Comments »

Op-Ed: What’s Happening on the Mindy Project is Not Okay

November 3, 2014
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The Mindy Project and sexual consent

By Nashwa Khan I used to love The Mindy Project. I would buy a pint of ice cream, drop all my work on Tuesday nights, and cancel plans with other people. It would be Mindy and me in my dorm room. I would watch repeat episodes, loving an unapologetic South Asian woman on screen....
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Elementary Feminisms: A Call to Young Women

September 18, 2014
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By Tatyana Fazlalizadeh
http://www.visualtherapyonline.com/?p=28638

By Shama Nathan Recently, I came across an old post that had quickly surfaced on Tumblr. The post was discussing the problem with teaching girls “how to avoid rape.” I decided to share this post with a male friend of mine, and his was response was, “If girls continue to dress a certain way,...
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Posted in Activism, Bodies, domestic violence, Education, Elementary Feminisms, Family, Feminism, Patriarchy, Politics, Popular Culture, Sexism, sexual violence, Stereotypes, Violence, Writing, Youth | 3 Comments »

#FergusonFridays: If it wasn’t for the women…[i]

September 12, 2014
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The reality is that the women and girls are the fabric of the community and hold all together. The women usually think and work for the whole, and daily confront death-dealing forces, internal and external, on behalf of the flourishing of the collective. As we know this radical politic isn’t televised or acknowledged, and...
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Posted in Activism, Black Girls, Black life matters, Black Women, Criminal Justice, Militarization, Politics, Racism, Sexism, sexual violence, Violence, White Privilege | 1 Comment »

COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Perseverance Conquers: An Open Letter

September 10, 2014
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temple towers

By Princess Harmony-Jazmyne Rodriguez    The fact that we are here and that I speak these words is an attempt to break that silence and bridge some of those differences between us, for it is not difference which immobilizes us, but silence. And there are so many silences to be broken. - Audre Lorde,...
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