Judith Butler’s “Who’s Afraid of Gender?” dissects the fear-mongering tactics of political and religious leaders worldwide, analyzing what “gender” has come to represent to their respective ...
Content warning: this article makes reference to sexual assault, eating disorders, fatphobia, and racism. Squeeze through the notoriously narrow doors of Brandy Melville and find yourself in an ...
It’s official! The two teams competing in this year’s NBA finals will be the Boston Celtics and the Dallas Mavericks. The first official matchup between the two teams was on […] ...
Judith Butler’s “Who’s Afraid of Gender?” dissects the fear-mongering tactics of political and religious leaders worldwide, analyzing what “gender” has come to represent to their respective followers.
Reader discretion is advised as cannibalism is a sensitive subject involving gore, death, and other forms of violence. This article will tackle its history and explore the connotations of romance ...
Judith Butler’s “Who’s Afraid of Gender?” dissects the fear-mongering tactics of political and religious leaders worldwide, analyzing what “gender” has come to represent to their respective followers.
Reader discretion is advised as cannibalism is a sensitive subject involving gore, death, and other forms of violence. This article will tackle its history and explore the connotations of romance […] ...
Two women were leading in the election race to become President of Mexico. Claudia Sheinbaum, the former Mayor of Mexico City, is now projected to be the next elected president, capturing almost ...
Content warning: this article makes reference to sexual assault, eating disorders, fatphobia, and racism. Squeeze through the notoriously narrow doors of Brandy Melville and find yourself in an ...
Content warning: this article makes reference to sexual assault, eating disorders, fatphobia, and racism. Squeeze through the notoriously narrow doors of Brandy Melville and find yourself in an ...
Content warning: this article makes reference to sexual assault, eating disorders, fatphobia, and racism. Squeeze through the notoriously narrow doors of Brandy Melville and find yourself in an ...