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Arabelle and Taylor

The appropriation of female visual artists

Female visual artists are having a #culturalmoment right now. Last month The New York Times ran a piece on artists over 70 finally being recognized for their work, ArtNet recently opined on the (continued) lack of representation of women in major museums and shows, meanwhile Yoko Ono is having her first solo MoMA show

Female visual artists are having a #culturalmoment right now. Last month The New York Times ran a piece on artists over 70 finally being recognized for their work, ArtNet recently opined on the (continued) lack ...

What are Triggers?

No matter what the media tries to tell us, sexual assault can be experienced in an infinite number of ways. However, there is one thing that nearly all survivors have in common: triggers.

No matter what the media tries to tell us, sexual assault can be experienced in an infinite number of ways. However, there is one thing that nearly all survivors have in common: triggers.

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Yes, gender discrimination is a marketing gimmick

So here I am working in Afghanistan with the United Nations. I just arrived back upset at our housing compound (yes, all UN staff in Afghanistan have to live together in a compound since it is “unsafe”).

So here I am working in Afghanistan with the United Nations. I just arrived back upset at our housing compound (yes, all UN staff in Afghanistan have to live together in a compound since it is “unsafe”). ...

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Domestic responsibilities by choice

As I was sitting down in a very uncomfortable black leather chair, discussing feminism with an extremely ignorant boy, we came across the topic of women’s domestic responsibilities. 

As I was sitting down in a very uncomfortable black leather chair, discussing feminism with an extremely ignorant boy, we came across the topic of women’s domestic responsibilities. 

Race: The giant elephant in the room

Hate Crime: Any of various crimes (as assault or defacement of property) when motivated by hostility to the victim as a member of a group (as one based on color, creed, gender, or sexual orientation). 

Hate Crime: Any of various crimes (as assault or defacement of property) when motivated by hostility to the victim as a member of a group (as one based on color, creed, gender, or sexual orientation). 

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