In: Women

The Loud Voices of a Quiet Print

Seniors of the Women and Gender Studies department at San Francisco State University slowly filtered through the door of room 131…

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Don’t Call Yola An Angry Black Woman: Black Suicide

By Fayola Perry W.E.B. DuBois, author and black revolutionary, once asked, “how does it feel to be a problem?” It is…

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A Slice of Sports with Liz Carranza: Women in Sports Journalism

Photo by Martin Bustamante   By Liz Carranza Back in March I visited New York for the Society for Collegiate Journalists…

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Interview: Amber Gordon, founder of Femsplain

Catherine Uy talks with Amber Gordon, the founder of Femsplain, an online community where women can share their stories.

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What is more obscene, violence or a female nipple?

Before an American child turns eighteen, they see over two hundred thousand acts of violence and forty-thousand murders on TV but…

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Lammily, the most prepubescent doll you’ve ever seen

Finally, there is a doll available to consumers that will display the exact proportions of a 19-year-old girl, according to CDC…

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Major League Sexism

In the history of sports journalism, there has never been more women reporting on televised American sports then there are today,…

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Feminism is for men too

For a long period of time, the only people who spoke out about the cause of equality for women through the…

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Happy Safe Sex-ing, SF State

“Don’t have sex, because you will get pregnant and die.”   Coach Carr instilling fear in the teenagers of America in…

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