“Feminism asks: what would it be to end the political, social, sexual, economic, psychological, and physical subordination of women? It answers: we do not know, let us try and see.” — Amia Srinivasan
Economic abuse, rape, criminalization of victims, gun-related homicides, and why the village needs to be part of the solutions
There is misunderstanding about how people can be trapped into the trafficking system. Often it stems from a need to survive. Lack of housing is a huge risk factor.
We are tired because we’re carrying this backpack every day, heavy with expectations and stereotypes.
Men need to continue to examine ourselves and our behavior, and have the strength to admit we are complicit in our patriarchal sense of entitlement.
Someday the stones are weathered
Men are far more likely to divorce their chronically ill or disabled spouses than are women.
This turned out to be a story that is so much more than DNA testing.
Our annual summer guide with at least 80 camps, internships, work opportunities, and scholarships
What does the survivor need to feel safe again? What do accountability, justice, and healing mean to them?
How can we prevent this kind of abuse from happening in the first place, instead of relying on a reactive response?
If we’re going to exert any force or pressure, it needs to be on the offender and not on that victim.