Like many women who identify as feminists, I once thought "angry" was the worst thing anyone could call me. To be labeled angry was to be disqualified from being taken seriously or participating in … [Read more...] about Why I’m Proud to Call Myself an Angry Feminist
The glass ceiling is a prominent metaphor for opportunity discrepancies between genders in the workplace. Widely understood as an inability for women to receive further promotion once they reach a … [Read more...] about The Glass Cliff: A Modern Successor to The Glass Ceiling
Many people believe that Ms. is a title for unmarried women. While men in America are called Mr. their entire lives, women are traditionally referred to as Miss before being married and Mrs. after … [Read more...] about Words You Don’t Know : Ms.
Our twenties are an awkward time. Some of us graduated half a decade ago, while some of us are just in our second year. Some of us are getting married, having kids, and some of us are moving in with … [Read more...] about Pregnant at Florida State? You May Be On Your Own
Feminism is a sorely misunderstood movement. Former Republican presidential candidate and televangelist Pat Robertson said, “feminism is a socialist, anti-family political movement that encourages … [Read more...] about Before I Was A Feminist
In the 2020 legislative session, the Florida Senate and House of Representatives will decide on two bills — HB 265 and SB 404, respectively, which would force minors to obtain parental consent before … [Read more...] about The Problem With Forced Parental Consent