“You should wear a skirt. Most people prefer girls in skirts.”
“With Islamophobia so rampant in this recent election, I wanted to make sure that Bruin Consent Coalition supported survivors of sexual assault from the Muslim community as well as recognize how Islamophobia has limited their access to resources.”
“I’m not your Asian AI sexbot. I’m not the manic pixie Anime school girl from your pornographic fantasies.”
These fellow UCLA students, aiming to spread awareness and destigmatize “period talk” amongst their peers, will continue to engage students in a counter-discourse that normalizes the use of menstrual cups.
The national InterVarsity Christian Fellowship is invoking an involuntary termination, where any staff members who openly support same-sex marriage and relationships or disagree with InterVarsity’s theological summary of human sexuality will be dismissed from their positions.
On May 23 and 25, UCLA Live Action and Justice For All put up a pro-life exhibit and “free speech” whiteboards to engage with students passing by with the pro-life advocates standing by, ready for respectful debate and dialogue.
“Do women have to be naked to get into the UCLA Sculpture Garden?”
On May 10th UCLA students, journalists, and celebrities gathered together at the “Rock UCLA for Bernie” rally at UCLA supporting presidential candidate Bernie Sanders.
More than anything, I am starting to lose hope, because I always thought I was The Girl Who Would Not Let This Happen.
It is important to note that these hostile actions have lasting negative effects on the student body. Such expressions reinforce and perpetuate long histories of violent oppression and adversity faced by marginalized communities. We must show support and solidarity with the communities targeted by their hateful conduct.