- Same-Sex Marriage: A Test of our Democracy
- Breastfeeding: What Influences a Women’s Choice
- Let’s Talk About Sex
- An Experience of Moving Beyond the Sexes
- Democratizing LGBTQ Communities Through New Media
- Bringing Feminism to Science
- Housework: Who’s Doing More?
- Politics & Women’s Health
- Have Women Become the New Trick in ‘Trick or Treat’?
- How America Has Capitalized on the Concept of Obesity
- Health: From the Inside-Out
- Reality TV & The Transformation of Identity of the Self
- Virginity: Going Going Gone!
- Is Health a New Way to Talk About Morality?
- My Experience of Empathetic Witnessing
- Hi! My name is (huh?)….My name is (wha?)…Not BABY!
- I Support the (Lusty) Ladies
- Doubting the Democratizing Potential of the Internet
- Not All of Us Live in Public
- “Public” Breastfeeding
- Finding Feminism in DNA Analysis
- Compulsory Heterosexuality in Contemporary Times
- Global Disembodiment
- Strength in Diversity
- Personal Introduction…
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Category Archives: Free Thought
As the Supreme Court takes on two major cases regarding the constitutionality of laws against same-sex marriage, a number of people have been lined up outside for days to witness what is a potentially historical moment for the United States. … Continue reading
Despite both state and national breastfeeding policies that protect a mother’s right to breastfeed in public spaces, many women still feel inhibited to exercise their right. Knowing that breastfeeding is the healthiest option for both mother and baby, initiatives are … Continue reading
Just a few years ago in Lubbock, Texas, Shelby Knox was beginning her early years of activism, fighting for sex-positive education and women’s rights. Knox’s documentary follows her as she struggles with the ultra-religious community around her preaching abstinence in … Continue reading
Robert Ead, a 52 year-old MTF transgender living a quiet life in the country-side of Georgia, was betrayed by more than just society. Robert describes his experience with ovarian cancer as a “supreme irony”, his experience with giving birth as … Continue reading
In the latter half of the 20th century, feminists have begun to critique, analyze and ultimately restructure the role of women within the world of science. Feminists are now asking: is science inherently sexist? Although gender hierarchy within the field … Continue reading
Housework: an expected responsibility of many wives in the home yet an unprofitable enterprise within society. With the cost of living continually rising in America, it is not uncommon for a majority of women to work full-time outside of the … Continue reading
Women’s health has been a strong political focus recently leading up to the Presidential election. The first Presidential debate, in fact, included such discussion. Obama, although known to support women’s health rights, accused Planned Parenthood of violating women’s health law … Continue reading