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My Feminist Lens + Disney Princess Craze = WTF?

December 7, 2011 by

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  By: D I was at Disneyland two weekends ago with my boyfriend, and we got into a heated discussion over Advertisements

Herman Nature – Herman Cain Has Issues with Women

November 28, 2011 by

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By: Medicei   Most of my contact with Herman Cain has come from the coverage of his various recent accusations of sexual misconduct. Apparently he heard the saying that “any publicity is good publicity” and he took it as a challenge. Since October, at least 4 women have come forward claiming to have been sexually […]

Female Pleasure

November 22, 2011 by

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By: M I grew up with an older sister that always told me “Guys just want to have sex with you, so you need to wait a few months, until the guy falls in love with you, to have sex with him; otherwise, he is just going to use you.” This was something most of […]

Disaster Date: Twilight Edition

November 21, 2011 by

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By:  Merissa Manful Imagine your date dragging you across the parking lot, calling you a “silly girl” and throwing you in the car…is it love or abuse? In the Twilight saga, such behaviors are portrayed as “true love”. During the most recent “Gender Café,” (hosted by the Women’s Center) discussion, Professor Natalie Wilson, PhD discussed her […]

Albert Einstein: Sexism in Science…?

October 28, 2011 by

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By:  SPH Albert Einstein, a German born male physicist who is globally famous for his theory of relativity “E = mc2”, may not be the sexiest male scientist… but could possibly be a sexist scientist.  This might surprise some of our readers.  One of the most respected men in history was possibly a sexist?  But […]