Tag: feminism

Illustration of a Fenty Beauty ad that advertises a lipstick called "spanked".

X-rated makeup names market sexual objectification

NARS’ blush in the color Orgasm. Too Faced’s Better Than Sex mascara. Fenty Beauty’s Mattemoiselle Lipstick in the shade

Jordyn Woods and Tristan Thompson are illustrated standing back to back. Words are being yelled at Woods such as "slut", "hoe", "cheater", "whore". Nothing is being shouted at Thompson

Tristan Thompson is the perfect example of cheating double standards

On Feb. 19, news broke out of an alleged cheating incident between Khloe Kardashian’s boyfriend, Tristan Thompson, and Jordyn

A blonde woman in blue is posed like Rosie the Riveter with her arm curled up in a strong pose. She is wearing blue, and her hair is tied up with a blue headband. There is a pair of glass slippers in the background. There is a text bubble saying, "I can bibbidi bobbidi do it!"

‘Cinderella’ embodies feminism through kindness and strength

Being a feminist doesn’t mean trading in dresses and heels for more traditionally masculine attire. Women can be who

An illustration of a bouquet of flowers dripping with color next to an engagement ring.

Column: I will not change my last name after I get married

Inside of every woman there is a constellation of events that shape her into who she is. Marriage is

A dotted red trail leads up to a heart on the top of a book next to some coffee and flowers.

Column: The note I found in ‘The Girls Who Went Away’

In 1995, my mother had jet black hair that was usually tied up with a soft scrunchie. When she

girl with hands grabbing at her with labels that say slut, whore, she wanted it

Even with the current rise of feminism, victim blaming still exists

In a recent rape trial in Ireland, a lawyer presented to the jury the underwear of a teenager who

The leg depicts comments received by women judged by the length of a skirt and marked where the skirt ended on the leg.

How women are taking back their sexuality online and at work

Women who embrace their sexuality face a stigma: Expression of their bodies results in being labeled as a slut.

An illustration of Cosmopolitan Magazine on a shelf between Entertainment Weekly and The Atlantic. The people on the other magazines are looking at the woman on Cosmopolitan who is surrounded by words like "Love," "Hot," and "Sex" and is saying "You know, they used to put me at the front of the store."

Devil’s Advocate: Walmart turns the page on female objectification with removal of Cosmopolitan

No matter what customers purchase at a grocery store, approaching the checkout line means being greeted by shelves of


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