For much of our lives, society has explicitly and implicitly signaled to us that we, as women, are inconveniences by virtue of our existence.
We have had to publicly relive our traumas in order to form our army. I myself have publicly outlined my traumas in order to reclaim my power.
In my first two months at graduate film school, I have received an abundance of sexist remarks.
A new and alarming problem has emerged—partisans’ strategic, performative solidarity towards survivors.