Monthly Archives: April 2011

Feminist Friday: “I have only felt my feminism strenghten.”

Feminist Fridays in a new blog project in which one Women’s Center employee will tell the story of how she or he was influenced to identify as a feminist. By Student Worker Kristen Magers On a whim, I decided to … Continue reading

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Will. I. Am. Condom Comments Tacky to “Elle” Reader

By Kristen Magers I took a break from reality television last week to talk about something going on in advertising, and this week I’m also taking a break from talking about reality television. I was struggling with a topic for … Continue reading

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Contribute to a Care Package, Help a Survivor

Sexual Assault is an all-too-common problem in the United States. According to the Rape, Abuse, and Incest National Network, every 2 minutes, someone in the U.S. is sexually assaulted. 1 in 6 American women and 1 in 33 American men … Continue reading

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Meet the Staff: Lacey Rogers

Senior Lacey Rogers has spent her final year at Ohio University as the Women’s Center’s photography intern. Lacey photographs all center events and works on special projects, such as the soon-to-debut “This is What a Feminist Looks Like” poster campaign, … Continue reading

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Feminist Friday: “I didn’t want to play softball because I thought it was stupid.”

Feminist Fridays in a new blog project in which one Women’s Center employee will tell the story of how she or he was influenced to identify as a feminist. By OUSAP Publication Assistant Brenda Mahler I honestly didn’t know what … Continue reading

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J. Crew Ad Enrages Some but Delights Blogger

By Kristen Magers Although I typically write about reality television for this blog, I consider it to be a blog about popular culture. So, this week I’m taking a break from pop culture (sorry, Sister Wives, maybe next week) and … Continue reading

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Sexual Assult: Offenders. Statistics from RAINN

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Learn more about sexual assault from the Rape, Incest & Abuse National Network. The Offenders The Rapist isn’t a Masked Stranger Approximately 2/3 of rapes were committed by someone known to the victim.1 73% … Continue reading

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