DACA was an answer to my hopes and prayers. I went through college hopeful and optimistic, knowing that despite the boundaries of DACA, at least I know I could make my goals happen with that work permit.
Between the years of 2000 to 2015, over 200,000 children were married in the US… Most Americans know this as an overseas issue, little do they know it happens in their own backyard.
In honor of sexuality month, I decided to ask people the question, “What does being queer mean to you?” I present to you their answers, the real, the honest, the painful, and the beautiful.
Ultimately, our critiques and our recommendations surrounding the Office of the First Lady should be rooted in the main value that all feminists and Americans hold most dearly: equality. And specifically in our case, the equality of political spouses.
They preach tolerance and acceptance only for those who follow the rules, for those who fit in the perfect mold of what a “good Jewish girl” should be. When I first realized that I was queer, I so desperately tried to suppress what I felt.
The US has the highest maternal death rate in the “developed” world.” On top of everything else in the world, the safety of our mothers shouldn’t be compromised as well.
While some may interpret “If Hillary had won, we’d all be at brunch right now” as a witty phrase worth repeating, in truth, it’s a revealing sentiment that uses pithy wordplay to mask many problematic aspects about the motivations
My proudest accomplishment is actually recognizing and accepting the days where I am not okay, and not allowing them to tear me down.
I exist in a zone of both privilege and lack of privilege. I’m a first-generation brown queer female who is the daughter of two supportive and economically stable immigrants who would do anything to make sure I was happy and successful in life.
Artists from all over the world
Painted and wrote and decorated
For the freedom of self-expression
True steps towards women’s progress require us to deconstruct what it truly means to be “women” and how that concept has been twisted across racial boundaries in a parasitic codependency since our nation’s founding.
The normalization of physically abusive discipline methods in Hasidic communities