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COLLEGE FEMINISMS: Forum Submissions on Campus Violence, Resistance, and Strategies for Survival DUE 6/1/15

May 27, 2015
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NEXT WEEK!! PLEASE SHARE WIDELY & SUBMIT!! SUBMISSIONS DUE: JUNE 1, 2015 Thank you to everyone who has submitted to the College Feminisms Forum!  Please continue to share and submit!! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ “COLLECTIVE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS”:  CAMPUS VIOLENCE, RESISTANCE, AND STRATEGIES FOR SURVIVAL Editors: Martina “Mick” Powell (guest editor) and Heather M. Turcotte ~~~ In 2014,...
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Campus Rape Survivors Need Policy Change, Not Trigger Warnings

May 21, 2015
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By Maggie Hardy I write as a rape survivor, and like any victim, I can assure you that triggers are out there. If higher education should be a preparation for life, then it is worth noting that life doesn’t come with a trigger warning. Rape is common. Triggers are real. We should have an open...
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ELEMENTARY FEMINISMS: The Lucky Ones [Trigger Warning: Discusses Sexual Abuse]

March 23, 2015
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By Nicolette Natale                                      This is how her story starts: “This is what I remember. My lips were cut. I bit down on them when he grabbed me from behind and covered my mouth. He said these...
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Posted in Activism, Bodies, Culture, Education, Elementary Feminisms, Family, Feminism, Health, History, Justice, Patriarchy, Popular Culture, Sexism, sexual violence, Stereotypes, Violence, Writing, Youth | 1 Comment »

No One’s Daughter

March 19, 2015
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Last week in class, we watched Queen, a Bollywood film about a middle-class Indian woman who, after she is jilted by her fiancé, decides to spend her “honeymoon” alone. She chooses Paris and Amsterdam because she always wanted to go there. During our discussion of female empowerment as a persistent theme in contemporary Bollywood...
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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 | Comments Off

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
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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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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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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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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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