Where Does Consent End?

‘Casual Harassment’.

It’s both a vague but also scarily real term that needs to be talked about. Before you ask why, before you dismiss me as a ‘whiny feminazi’, you should know something: many girls, including myself, have had to live through it.

Imagine this (any millennial can) – You … Continue Reading

A Fiery Week For Feminism

Last Thursday, like most mornings this year, people woke up and checked Twitter to learn about the latest disaster. But instead of being amused by the usual trending Trump witticism du jour, US politics gave us a rare good headline, as a video of a woman representative giving a polished, Continue Reading

LGBTQIA And Healthcare: We Need To Talk

Health care has always been an integral part of society. The policies and infrastructure regarding health care impact the country’s population tremendously. As our nation grows, so do our responsibilities. Despite it being complicated to implement, health care is a basic amenity in which everyone should be treated justly. A Continue Reading

The Gay Community: Begone, Archaic Myths


Right down from the labeling of AIDS as GRID, or Gay-Related Immune Deficiency, this community has historically faced rampant discrimination and stereotyping at the hands of their own family, friends, employers, healthcare providers, and government.

“Many LGBT people are too shy to go to health centers to get services Continue Reading

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