Tagged - Feminism

Liv on the Edge: Classic girls

Why should a beautiful, talented, and educated woman be confined in the home?

Research at Rochester: Lenoe looks at everyday women from the feminist movement

Eleanor Lenoe entered UR determined not to study history. Four years later, Lenoe is graduating with a degree in History.

The unwelcome pardon

Last month, Deborah L. Hughes, the President and CEO of the National Susan B. Anthony Museum and House, had planned a press conference in Rochester to commemorate the 100th anniversary of that momentous victory for women’s rights.

GSW presentation tackles drawbacks of capitalism

“I think the biggest challenge, honestly, for nonprofits, and for leaders and managers, even in the most progressive spaces, is capitalism,” Rich said.

AAS professor Tinsely visits UR, speaks on black femme revolution

Last Monday, the typically black office chairs in the Humanities Center were stitched with sayings like “here to stay,” “evolve…

Unity and inclusion embraced in ‘Me Too Monologues’

This Saturday evening, instead of their usual annual performance of “The Vagina Monologues,” College Feminists presented “Me Too Monologues,” a…

“Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” is bizarre and empowering

On the last day of November, I attended “Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again.” I did no prior research on the…

Everybody Talks: Someday I’ll be like the women on the screen

As of late, the portrayal of female athletes in film has become a fad, or at least more apparent.

Everybody Talks: Progress is a ‘Battle’

The film provides its audience with an accurate depiction of progress as we know it: excruciatingly difficult, but worth it in every sense of the word.

Can porn be feminist?

Pornography has divided feminists for decades. Is it the perfect propaganda for the patriarchy, or an it portray diverse female sexuality?