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Wear Your Voice Mag recently sat down with Emily Lindin, founder of The UnSlut Project to learn about her story and life’s work as an advocate for gender equality, sex positivity, and sex education.

“I decided to create The UnSlut Project in the hopes that my own diary entries from ages 11-14 could provide some perspective to girls who currently feel trapped and ashamed.”

 

“Since The UnSlut Project started in April 2013, it has expanded to include the stories of people of all genders, ages, backgrounds, and nationalities. These shared stories not only provide hope and solidarity to girls who are currently suffering – they demonstrate to us all just how widespread the issues of sexual bullying and “slut” shaming really are.”

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“This is a collaborative space for sharing stories and creating awareness about sexual bullying, “slut” shaming, and related issues. It is up to each of us to evaluate and take responsibility for our own assumptions and interactions. Join us in spreading the word and changing our world.”

Emily’s Book Unslut is available for pre-order now, and will be released in December. Watch Emily’s full #MyWYVStory

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_pUkyDyZdw&feature=youtu.be

Reaa is a cosmopolitan mix representing India, Kuwait, and the Bay Area. She is currently double majoring in Film & Media Studies and Interdisciplinary Field Studies at UC Berkeley and has big dreams to make films about social change. She is joining the WYV Team as a Videographer to visually capture and share the spirit of all things Oakland. If she were a tattoo, Reaa would be a paintbrush, tattooed as a water-color painting of a paintbrush (in shades of blues, reds, and white) going up the spine. Reaa see’s Oakland and the Bay (or the YAY) Area as an electric and diverse space filled with an influx of new ideas that continue to serves as a source of inspiration for her work. A few of her favorite things: - Cameras - Cafes - Great perfumes. Favorite Street in Oakland: Telegraph & 25th on a First Friday evening :-) Fave Spot in Oakland: Oakland’s Fox Theater for having been a former movie theater from way back when, for it’s beautiful architecture, and for having awesome concerts!

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