People often assume that women have been insecure about these buzzwords since time immemorial, but constructed insecurities were manufactured only recently. TW: Discussions of fatphobia and mentions of eating disorders By Stephanie Leguichard In our culture, we're constantly bombarded with the idea
BoJack could easily be replaced with a number of men who are continually allowed to be violent as a mechanism for “healing” regardless of who they hurt. TW/CW: This essay contains discussions of drug and alcohol addiction By Gloria Oladipo The T.V.
Google “Lyft sexual assault” or “Uber harassment” and you will find one report after another of drivers assaulting, stalking, and kidnapping passengers. By Adrie Rose TW/CW: Mentions of rape, kidnapping, and sexual assault. Uber and Lyft exist to replace public transit. No, seriously.
T.I. is not an anomaly but a representative of a greater framework that dehumanizes Black women. TW: descriptions of misogynoir, virginity tests and enslavement By Vanessa Taylor On the “Ladies Like Us” podcast, rapper T.I. announced that he monitors his 18-year-old daughter’s virginity
The 'Hustlers' Twitter campaign should have been an opportunity to share the hustle of actual sex workers, but they found themselves marginalized yet again. This essay contains discussions of sexual violence, whorephobia/anti-sex work sentiment, and mentions r/pe By Adrie Rose Hustlers has potential.