How Gender Roles Contribute to the Wage Gap

Frequently when the topic of the wage gap comes up, we find the arguments tend to center on the willful choice of the employer to

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Angelina Jolie is still a Badass

People have thoughts about Angelina Jolie.  The last time she came up in a conversation I was having, I realized that people have opinions about

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How College Campuses Fail Sexual Assault Victims without US Citizenship

Recently, The New York Times published an article applauding certain colleges and universities for publicly discussing their methods of financing undocumented students’ educations. These efforts

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How Tattoos Smash the Patriarchy

I have nine tattoos. (One more and I’ll have finally reached double digits, so if anyone wants to make a donation to the Fund for

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Street Harassment is Not a Compliment

It was a Saturday in October, around three o’clock, my sister had come up to visit while I was away at school, and as we

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Girls on the playground, Women in the Corporate World

This semester I am enrolled in a class called Sociology 130: Family and Society.  So far, we’ve discussed race, socioeconomic status, and most often, gender

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An Ode to My Sheros

With March being Women’s History Month, it’s important to be mindful of not only the notable women we associate with the feminist movement, civil rights,

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The highs and lows of MMA fighter Ronda Rousey

We recently posted an article about MMA (Mixed Martial Arts) fighter Ronda Rousey, celebrating her accomplishments for women in the sport. It was brought to

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Our History: Feminist Symbols & Images

There are certain symbols and images that have become synonymous with feminism and equality. They have become Facebook profile pictures, phone wallpapers, bumper stickers, and

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Cytherea’s Story: The Rape We Should Be Talking About

A Radical Notion reader messaged me privately through Facebook this week to ask that we cover a story about a rape in Las Vegas that

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Who Says Girls Can’t Do Math: The Life and Work of Emmy Noether

Ever hear of Albert Einstein? Our society reveres this man and his work and rightly so, for without him physics would not be where it

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Why We Shouldn’t Run For The Pitchforks After The Oscars

While it’s been buzzing around the hallways of my urban liberal arts school for over a week now, I am sure that the White feminist

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Why Feminism and Intersectionality is a Team Effort

There exists the criticism that the feminist movement has mostly been directed at white, heterosexual,  and/or cisgender [insert any trait of the privileged folk here] women. Not only straight women are

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