Intersectionality, Identity Politics and the Fragmentation of the Feminist Movement

Paper presented at the University of Redlands Women's, Gender and Sexuality Conference in March 2019. Abstract This paper will discuss intersectionality and identity politics and the effect both these ideas had on the feminist movement in the west from 1977 to 1992. This will be done through an investigation of Kimberle Crenshaws ““Demarginalizing the Intersection … Continue reading Intersectionality, Identity Politics and the Fragmentation of the Feminist Movement

episode 2: title ix

*TRIGGER WARNING* This podcast will discuss issues surrounding discrimination, assault, and rape. HUGE thanks to Erica Moorer and Laken Zitsch with the University of Redlands Title IX office for taking time to talk with me! Hopefully you learn LOTS and spread the info. If you have any questions, ask away! Every good wish, Julia

On pride month

As most of us know, June is LGBTQ+ Pride month. The first official pride celebrations started in 1970 in honor of the 1969 Stonewall Riots. The first pride march, called the Christopher Street Liberation Day March took place in 1970. Since then, the movement has expanded to week long festivals all over the world. Since … Continue reading On pride month

On the talk

Harvard's Making Caring Common Project  recently came out with a new study exploring the stereotypical teen experience. The findings reveal that most people, teens included, assume that hook-up culture is huge in high school and college. This is not the case. This focus on hook-up culture eclipses two more relevant issues: sexual harassment and healthy romantic … Continue reading On the talk