Monthly Archives: October 2015

Intersectional Feminism and What We’re Missing

Let me preface my observations by saying that I believe the ideas of intersectionality and kyriarchy are as intelligent as they are realistic, and that they are absolutely necessary concepts to the understanding of systemic oppression. Having said this, I am concerned that we are glossing over the real reason we wanted to incorporate these ideas into modern feminist thought in the first place.

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About Me in a Biographical Way

What follows is the circuitous account of a woman in the process of becoming. My life certainly hasn’t worked out the way I’d planned, but read on to find the story of my blood, sweat and inspiration. Continue reading

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October 21, 2015 · 4:28 pm

How I’d Like to Be Remembered

My boss asked everyone in the company to discuss what they’d like to be remembered for. Here is my response: Continue reading

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Hope is my Rebellion: A Millennial’s Plea to our Feminist Mothers

Older generations keep telling us that we have nothing left to rebel against. It’s all been seen, all been done before. Continue reading

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Boxes and Why I’m Different

What if you’re an outsider because of everything you are? Everything that you’re composed of from the crazy birthmark on your left foot, to the cellulite on your thighs, to the way you talk, the things you know, the jokes you make, the confidence you have. Continue reading

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