Take this in: rape culture exists because we as people like to think that it does not.
Because one in six American women will be victims of rape in their lifetime. Because it happens to men too.
Sexual violence is less of a women’s issue than we thought.
The fact of the matter is this: every woman has a Harvey Weinstein in their lives. Most of us just don’t like to talk about it.
It’s even creepier when you see what they actually said to her.
When I am in the cycle of depression and anxiety, I feel like there is nothing I can do about it, and I feel painfully alone.
Our individualized experiences as women in life may differ, but we all have big mountains to climb as we occupy this female body.
After the resounding success of the post-inauguration Women’s March on Washington, the march’s organizers are on to their next project: The Day Without a Woman strike.
Mr. Vice President, the words you have used to oppose women in the military appear black and white on a computer screen, brought up years ago, before you were given this unnerving power.
The Women’s March on Washington isn’t simply an anti-Trump protest. It’s much more than that.