Month: December 2013

Losing Faith

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I never knew Faith Hedgepeth. I was never graced with her warm smile, nor was I familiar with the optimistic spirit and joy she brought to those who remember [...]

Midwives: Reclaiming Maternal Health Rights

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What’s the first thing that pops into your mind when you hear the word ‘midwife’? For me, it was outdated homebirths and ‘70s hippie women. With the [...]

Why I’m Tired of Getting a Gold Star for Being a Male Feminist, and Why You Should Be, Too.

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When I’m meeting someone for the first time, no matter who they are, this conversation always seems to happen in one of two ways. Both cases always start [...]

In Search of My Mother’s Garden

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During the spring semester of my junior year, I took four different Women’s & Gender Studies classes and all four placed a heavy focus on feminist literature [...]