As Thanksgiving approaches and in the spirit of being thankful, I want to take time to reflect upon and share a bit about my father. My father is a man who supports feminism and is not threatened by equality and female… Read More ›
Many say that my job is thankless and when people find out what I do, they tell me that I am a saint. Nelson Mandela once said, ‘education is the most powerful weapon with which you can change the world.’ I happen… Read More ›
In Michael Bronski’s A Queer History of the United States, he identifies two essential components contributing to queer history. First, he states that integral contributions to society have been made by those who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender; and… Read More ›
Here in the UK, we have a daily publication that is an amalgamation between a national newspaper and a lad’s mag. The usual newspaper set-up exists – sports and horoscopes at the back, headlines at the front, and opinions in… Read More ›
We dedicate this eye roll to the assholes of Congress who treat their female colleagues (ahem, the amazing Kirsten Gillibrand) with disrespect and sexual harassment. Get a life, boys.
FIFA’s acceptance of the use of artificial turf for the 2015 Women’s World Cup in Canada has created an intense backlash from professional women’s soccer players worldwide. Abby Wambach, captain of and a forward on the US National Team, is… Read More ›
Cosmopolitan recently surveyed more than 1,000 women and men at colleges across the country about their sex lives, the findings of which were compiled into a nifty infographic. The resulting study underscores that prevalence of casual sex and hook up culture on college campuses, and shows a… Read More ›