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Academic Life at Queen's

All of my previous posts have focused on my experiences traveling and have talked about what I’ve seen and done. Here I will finally share a bit about what I am actually doing in Belfast! 870 more words

Creating Safe Campuses Means Refusing to Shut Up

This article is from WLUFA Advocate 4.2 October 2015.

Helen Ramirez, Women and Gender Studies

As I write this piece, I’m fighting a hopelessness that is seeping into my body after hearing a collection of unsolicited stories from students about their first weeks here on WLU’s Waterloo campus. 326 more words

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Research that Makes a Difference

This article is from WLUFA Advocate 4.2 October 2015.

Three studies by Laurier faculty and students seek to learn more about gendered violence on our campuses, and what needs to be done to end it. 451 more words

Confronting Gendered Violence on Campus

This article is from WLUFA Advocate 4.2 October 2015.

Kari Brozowski, Community Health

Sexual violence is not about sex; it is about a perpetrator exerting power over someone they perceive to be weaker. 368 more words

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What Rape Is Not

Rape is not beating someone at a video game or being beaten in one.

Rape is not being under-prepared for an exam.

Rape is not rebooting a cheesy ’90s children’s show into a gritty short. 269 more words


sairamahmood95 reblogged this on safurnama and commented:

Well said.

on candy wrappers and the hijab.

I’ve been wanting to write about this for a particularly long time because let’s be honest, it’s hilarious, sad and just a little bit pathetic. 1,503 more words

Gendered Violence