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No Pain, No Game: The Roots and Effects of Violence in Contact Sport

This video, written and produced by Malone DeYoung, Claire Hotaling, Emily McBride, and Ashley Sawyer during the First-Year Experience (FYE) section of FG110 Introduction to Feminist & Gender Studies at Colorado College during Block 1 2016, explores the relationship between hegemonic masculinity and contact sport.

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I am a cucumber

I’ve noticed a bit of a pattern throughout my life with how people react to me. People often assume that body image just relates to size and shape, but my experience has to do with my hair. 377 more words

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Before you can man up, you've got to calm down

I guess now I’ve opened my mind to something new, I find myself needing to write yet another gender-related post. Just like the last one, I’ve gone through several drafts and re-writes before actually settling on something. 835 more words

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“Can we be both Oppressed and Privileged?”

The term oppression is often thrown out in conversations involving heated topics such as gender, race, sexuality. But what does it really mean? Are we throwing around this mystical term of “oppression” much to easily and carefree? 1,187 more words

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Post 9: Stop. Collaborate & Listen.

By Basilia Dulawan

Working collaboratively with two other students also working on Gender Equality, it was an interesting process having to explain the specific issue you wanted to explore within the broader issue of Gender Equality. 563 more words

Gender Equality & Women's Rights

"I Am Going Solo" – Women and Their Travel Stories

“The map was just an accessory. She knew exactly where she was.” ― Galt Niederhoffer

To step out of the house, travel to faraway places, explore the world or even loiter in the in the narrow alleys in one own city is a joy that women are most often kept away from.

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Why Boys Can't Wear Makeup

For a long time I’ve wanted to share with you an amazing video I saw and fell in love with.
It’s called “Why Boys CAN’T Wear Makeup” and it’s been put up by KidPOV. 223 more words

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