Seniors of the Women and Gender Studies department at San Francisco State University slowly filtered through the door of room 131 in the Humanities building. Most of the tables and Continue Reading
By Fayola Perry W.E.B. DuBois, author and black revolutionary, once asked, “how does it feel to be a problem?” It is a question anyone must consider when studying or discussing Continue Reading
Photo by Martin Bustamante By Liz Carranza Back in March I visited New York for the Society for Collegiate Journalists Conference, where journalism programs from around the nation gathered Continue Reading
Catherine Uy talks with Amber Gordon, the founder of Femsplain, an online community where women can share their stories.
Before an American child turns eighteen, they see over two hundred thousand acts of violence and forty-thousand murders on TV but not one female nipple. So what is more obscene? Continue Reading
Finally, there is a doll available to consumers that will display the exact proportions of a 19-year-old girl, according to CDC data. What a concept, having girls play with and Continue Reading
In the history of sports journalism, there has never been more women reporting on televised American sports then there are today, according to the Women’s Media Center. Erin Andrews hosts Continue Reading
For a long period of time, the only people who spoke out about the cause of equality for women through the establishment and defending of equal political, cultural, economical, and Continue Reading