The Mysterious IUD: The Reproductive Device That Could Be Harder To Get Under The Trump Administration

by Shae “IUD” is an acronym I saw a lot in the news, following Donald Trump‘s disturbing election win as President-elect. The headlines read as: “Women Are Considering Getting IUDs Before Trump Takes Away Reproductive Rights. ” “Women are rushing to get IUDs before Trump takes office.” “Women Rush To Get Long-Acting Birth Control After Trump Wins.” I got curious. I knew it was a … Continue reading The Mysterious IUD: The Reproductive Device That Could Be Harder To Get Under The Trump Administration

The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

by Shae Kahlo There is a lot to hate about New York City. To react so towards it, is almost a sport. But there are equally as many amazing factors about the most impossible city in America that makes it memorable for a lot of right reasons. One of its greatest features is street art and impromptu (to an unbeknownst public) activism. You can spend a whole … Continue reading The Writings On The Walls: Subway Therapy Is An Open Forum For Post-Election Grief & Hope

The Pussy Stays: How A Controversial Word Gained A Rebirth 

On Sunday, October 9, whether you browsed social media or watched TV, the buzzword of the night was “pussy.” While I wasn’t aghast, but absolutely entertained. In the span of two days, a word, cringe-worthy by contemporary standards, had received a significant re-assessment of meaning by women fighting the (patriarchal, chauvinistic) power of the media and savagery politics. As the second Presidential debate was upon us that … Continue reading The Pussy Stays: How A Controversial Word Gained A Rebirth