Tag Archive: Feminism

Good Vibrations

It was the start of the last semester of my undergraduate education, and the day was passing normally enough. I sat in the back row of a large lecture hall as the room… Continue reading

My Body Betrayed Me, Emphasis on the Past Tense

I spent one teenage summer starving myself and running incessantly, but even with all my effort I wasn’t thin. Half of my roots are in Greece, and I came out of the womb destined… Continue reading

Confessions of an Empowered Submissive

“An empowered submissive? You mean, a woman who is sexually empowered by her role as a submissive? A woman who isn’t a passive victim in receiving torture, but takes an active role in… Continue reading

I am Jane Doe.

[trigger warning: rape] I was fourteen years old the night my friend G took me to my first kegger. We told my mom we were going to “a little get together.” I remember… Continue reading

An Obligation to Divulge

I feel as though today, what many idealize in women, as women, is the Carrie Bradshaw.  The Sex in the City woman who is comfortable in her body, comfortable with her sexuality and… Continue reading