There are a couple of interesting things in this article - the nail polish that changes color when it comes into contact with date rape drugs and the turning around of things that are told to women to prevent rape. I have really mixed feelings about the nail polish because it does reinforce the idea that it is women's responsibility to not be rape as opposed to men's responsibility to not rape, but it could be a legitimate tool to stop someone from having to go through a terrible experience (if it works) while we're still working on eliminating rape culture. It becomes a balancing act between being sensible and encouraging complacency with rape culture.
Tags » Reproductive Justice
This article takes on a recent event and applies a reproductive justice lens on it. It talks about how what happened in Ferguson is related to women’s reproductive justice because having and raising a child in the U.S. 51 more words
When I was 12 or 13 years old, I had an injury on my foot that required a few stitches. My mother called a family friend from the synagogue who was a pysician. 255 more words