As an alternative to “f— men”, I suggest the term “f— the patriarchal systems that have oppressed women for generations,” or for simplicity’s sake “f— the patriarchy.”
This is for men who recognize that being a decent human is equal to being a feminist but who still need advice on how to become a better one, beyond marching in pink hats.
Susan Bennet, a St. Louis-based freelance photographer and blogger, decided to do something after she found herself reading a sexist article.
If you’re like me—which means you’re uncomfortable and awkward in social situations—you probably know how difficult it is to come up with a good comeback during conversation. This is most frustrating when the conversation actually matters—when someone is attacking a subject dear to your heart and you cannot, for the life of you, come up with a counterargument.
A conversation with Amelia Fong, the newly elected Vice President of Public Relations for Student Union executive board.
I will always be the first to admit that I absolutely love makeup. When I was younger and had more time to waste, I would play with colors and contours until nearly half of my face was covered with eyeliner. I have far too many embarrassing photos of myself attempting (and failing) to look like Kesha and Lady Gaga.
My mother taught me a few things about the way a man should treat me. He should hold the door open and always let me go first. If he walks in front of you as the waitress takes you to the table, that’s how you know a relationship is doomed.
By the end of the debate, I knew I would be supporting Hillary Clinton in the race for November 2016. When advocating for her, I’ve been surprised by the number of people who have responded to me with: “You only like her because she’s a woman.”
Wash. U.’s presentation of “The Vagina Monologues” this past weekend reveled in our discomfort with the word, shining the spotlight on a subject that most of us wouldn’t verbally address and successfully shedding that negative connotation.
Beginning this past Wednesday, members of Washington University’s Representation Project stationed themselves outside of the art school, Underpass and Danforth University Center to ask passersby why they need feminism. The event aimed to correct misguided notions that surround the movement and demonstrate how feminism benefits everyone.