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Male Entitlement and Public Urination

When we think of public urination the images that come to mind are ones of disgust, discomfort, and disdain. Public urination happens to be a current crisis in India and local authorities have employed the use of a “pissing tanker” in order to stop the frequency of urine-stained locations.   215 more words

Growing Feminicide in Brazil

I have a growing suspicion that many members of my family, and even social networking followers, assume that I am one of those “crazy feminists.” Although I have had only a few personal incidents that steered me this way, it is living in a world that makes it clear that there is a growing problem that must be acknowledged that has pushed me over the limit. 394 more words

The Corner Store & the Street Harassment that Wasn't (or Was It?)

When I hear street harassment, I think cat calls and uninvited “compliments,” and when events aren’t easily compartmentalized into the neat, little boxes that I’ve created for them, I lose my voice in the mess they’ve made on my floor. 698 more words

Hands and Feet to Yourselves

I think everybody has that chunk of time from their youth, that was so fucked up and weird that it’s ripe for discussion and education. For me, it was being fifteen years old. 1,398 more words

Prison vs. Cheer Camp

An ENG 376 Student Submission

The women of the world continue to move closer and closer to equality, in the academic community, the opinion of women continues to gain support and is now gaining large amounts of respect. 408 more words

Thoughts on Neoliberalism and Gendered Violence

Initially published on my personal blog (mvlindsey.wordpress.com) June 26th, 2014.

I’m supposed to be writing about multi-racial identity and my own personal narrative from that framework. 1,124 more words


espnW Coverage is Spot-On: Ray Rice, NFL & Gendered Violence

Canada isn’t known for being a football (ie. gridiron football) fanatic country. We have the CFL (Canadian Football League), which has been operating since 1861! And then there is the… 221 more words