“You don’t know me, but you’ve been inside me.”
“It’s the least I can do. Keep the conversation going.” – Megan Rapinoe
We do not need to abandon trigger warnings in order to achieve academic freedom. In fact, it’s quite the opposite, the dismissal of trigger warnings and the dissolution of safe spaces are going to hinder the academic freedom and learning of those students that need them.
Speaking out about an assault is already difficult enough, and instead of helping survivors and providing them with the support and resources that they need, we live in a society that silences them.
Today marks the 19th anniversary of the devastating car crash that killed Princess Diana in Paris in 1997. If she were alive, she would be 55 today. Here are 9 things you probably did not know about the Princess.
You don’t always end up with the people you love…and that’s okay.
“We cannot succeed when half of us are held back.”
Wanjuki and Willingham plan to continue burning one item each week until their institutions apologize or they run out of items.
Banning hard alcohol moves the narrative on sexual assault away from what it should be focused on, which is educating young minds on sexual assault and consent.
we do not fight anymore,
because the sound of the door
slamming behind you
is more beautiful
than the sound of you
crawling into bed with me