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Audre Lorde.

It wasn’t until my senior year of college that I learned about the self described black, lesbian, mother, warrior, poet Audre Lorde because it doesn’t seem like the mainstream queer community talks enough about our history, … 367 more words

Feminism

Ideologies, Diversity, and Universities

This past week, my former campus—the University of Chicago—has been caught in a awkward situation. A number of private emails from a Greek Life organization dated from 2011 to 2015… 1,753 more words

Short Form

Recovering FROM Biblical Manhood and Womanhood, Pt. 5

One does not simply disagree with scholars of a certain status.

In previous responses to RBMW, I was replying to people whose status as biblical experts is fairly restricted to their own circle. 4,885 more words

Theology

Romance Languages or, Clearly, We Are Not Speaking the Same Thing.

Hi, peeps!

I hope everyone is going into the weekend with fabulous mojo. If you’re already in the weekend, I hope it’s awesome.

So I wanted to chat about something I’ve been noticing. 2,029 more words

Inspiration

Early Mornings and Late Meetings

Recently I found myself up at the crack of dawn, going to work, at six a.m. That is not a problem, it is the late meetings that have been hitting me one by one. 529 more words

Lets stop genital manipulation.

Figure published this week (1) reveals that in the UK 2491 cases of female genital mutilation (FGM) occurred last year between April and September in the United Kingdom. 598 more words

Healthcare