Month: January 2014

It all starts with Courtney Love

It all starts with Courtney Love. Flailing down a rabbit hole of lost concert footage and forgotten interviews on YouTube, I found Courtney’s 1995 [...]

Unveiling Illusions: Embodying Feminism, Embodying the Veil

“What’s in a woman’s head is a lot more important than what’s on it.” -Sherifa Zuhur “The Outer- from the Inner Derives its [...]

On Finding Sisterhood

I still remember what it felt like to walk through the halls of a high school and know you were an ugly girl. It always seemed as though every woman was [...]

Pop Culture: A Weapon and a Tool

Let’s talk about Miley Cyrus. No? How about the new Fifty Shades of Gray movie? Amanda Bynes’ twitter? Erm… Have you tuned out yet? Please, don’t! [...]

The Need for Feminism in Health Care

During the summer of 2013, I had an opportunity to volunteer as a public health counselor at the Carrboro Community Health Center. Through the guidance of [...]