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If you identify as a female, you probably think there’s no way you can be sexist. The prospect of gender equality would come easily to a person who suffers from the lack of it, right? A common misconception. I myself thought so too. But after hearing this phrase, “internalized misogyny,” all over the media, I…

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March 13, 2020. The day schools across the country declared they were closing for what seemed to be just two weeks, but wound up becoming twelve months. Over the course of the past year, I’ve been able to spend the time focusing on myself. I have been able to spend the time to get myself…

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The much anticipated single and music video “MONTERO” (Call Me By Your Name) by artist Lil Nas X is finally here and does not disappoint. While the song has many amazing lyrical references, we’re gonna dive deep into the visual symbolism of the “MONTERO” video and what makes this an amazing piece for queer people…

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March 16, 2021 marked the 53rd anniversary of the My Lai massacre, one of the most heinous mass murders against unarmed civilians in US imperial history. Vietnamese women and young girls were mutilated and gang raped and children were slaughtered by white American soldiers. And in Atlanta, on the same day 53 years later, we…

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