Monthly Archives: November 2012

Family Feud, Thanksgiving Edition: Dealing With Your Republican Uncle

Thanksgiving, while it can be a wonderful time of feasting and fellowship, can also be stressful if you have relatives who disagree with your political views. It can certainly be stressful if you are the stand-alone liberal in the family. … Continue reading

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Breaking Gender Roles at Thanksgiving

While Thanksgiving is meant to be a relaxing holiday spent being thankful for family and friends, for many women, like my mother, it means waking up at the crack of dawn, shoving large poultry items into ovens, frantically running around … Continue reading

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Trans Liberation and Feminism Have had a Rocky Past

Speech by Virginia Martin, the Program Coordinator of the Women’s Center & LGBT Center, at the Trans* Day of Remembrance 2012: “Trans liberation and feminism have had a rocky past. As someone who identifies as a cis-gender, queer feminist, I feel … Continue reading

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