By Kayla Kibbe, Connecticut College
While male contraceptives are certainly a victory for equality, they change little when it comes to who’s at risk for unplanned pregnancy.
The company, which was started by Northwestern student Lucas Philips, solves a problem for both its clients and its ambitious co-founder.
For a sexuality supposedly based on intelligence, the idea has a lot of logical flaws.
With prom season in full swing, feminists everywhere are preparing their annual invectives against the tyranny of dress codes. But are clothing guidelines really restrictive?
After being arrested and nearly illegally deported, Southwest School of Art student Josue Romero has become a symbol of community resistance.
The latest feminist, sex-positive paradox holds that for hetero men, whether she orgasms or not, you’re a selfish lover. Here’s why that needs to change.
The app, which provides tools and information for activism, is the Holy Cross student’s way of making civic engagement simple.
Aside from their My Chemical Romance website, Satanism is pretty much the normcore of religion.
In the eyes of Cooper Hefner, ‘Playboy’ and its nudity are bastions of self-expression that have empowered women for decades. How wrong is he?
How to talk about a medical procedure that, depending on who you ask, is either taken too seriously or not seriously enough.
Maher Hachem, a.k.a. Munch, has been making music for seven years, and it shows.
Over-diagnosing people with eating disorders is a real thing and it needs to stop, but where do you draw the line?
The philosophy rests on the idea that in order to be equal, you must first accept that you are unequal.
In an atmosphere where political activism is an expectation, social pressure is working counter-productively, instilling apathy instead of passion.
Prompted by (what else?) a recent “Cosmo” article correlating boyfriend quality and cunnilingus ability, an exploration of the rhetoric surrounding sex-positivity.
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