It's Time to Take Politics out of the EnvironmentFor Trump supporters, rejecting the movement towards reusable straws is not only an attack on the democratic party’s environmental agenda, but it is also a rebellion against (perceived) feminization.
On Using Art Therapy to End Violence Against Women and GirlsThe Tillet sisters, founders of "A Long Walk Home," visited BC to speak about their work advocating for survivors of sexual assault.
Torrey Pines Explores Realities of Growing up Trans-QueerIn stop-motion animated film Torrey Pines, director and multimedia artist Clyde Petersen depicts the struggle of growing up trans-queer and attempting to make sense of one’s sexual and gender identity.
What a Girl Wants...Is EqualityThe Boy Scouts of America's decision to accept girls into the organization is only a start in this recent push for gender equality.
Conquering Selective FeminismFeminism involves promoting an array of social equalities, so it is imperative to approach the field with an open mind.
Intersectional Feminism in the Women's and Gender Studies MinorIn order to develop a more holistic and inclusive idea of feminism, classes within the Women's and Gender Studies minor help to promote intersectionality.
Pakistani Freshman Brings New Perspective to BCUGBC freshman senator Aneeb Sheikh hopes to use his platform to initiate conversations about religion, race, and gender.
Women Need Underdog Stories TooThe representation of strong, driven women in film may help society finally get to a place of gender equality.
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