For Clara, the hardest part about being a woman in the army is maintaining the balance between asserting her femininity while also garnering respect equal to that of her male peers, a task frequently requiring her to distance herself from her identity as a woman.
FEM remains a space that amplifies the voices of the marginalized, that shows the world we are here and we are not going anywhere. We are here to fully harness the stunning power of imagination—to imagine a better, more just world, to imagine peace, and to create loudly and unapologetically.
A societal transformation is needed: we must stop the degradation and prevent the murder of women in Argentina and throughout Latin America.
As a woman, Donald Trump’s rhetoric is infuriating. As a sexual assault survivor, it’s wholly exhausting.
The American Indian woman herself was hurting because of the injustices currently taking place, but she did not forget that she was not alone in her pain.
Donald Trump is not alone in his beliefs about women. So whom does it benefit when we say other men would never act like him, even in private?
The country is talking about sexual assault, but not in the context in which people need to discuss it.
The five most egregious statements made by Trump that would give any copy editor nightmares.
The most terrifying result of the rhetoric used during these debates is the normalization of xenophobia and the validation of overblown suspicion of Middle Eastern and Muslim people.
Gov. Jerry Brown yesterday signed Assembly Bill 2888, initially drafted in response the Brock Turner case earlier this year. The bill implements mandatory sentences for those convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious or intoxicated person.