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“The Weather Outside Is Frightful”…And So Are The Magazine Headlines!

Culley Schultz is a senior at Glen Ridge High School, outside of New York City.  She is the vice-president of the GRHS Girls Learn International (GLI) Chapter as well as the Secretary of the GLI Junior Board.  Last year, Culley created a short documentary and commentary on the portrayal of women and girls in the…

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Taking Sexy Back: Can We Reclaim "Sexy" or Not?

Rachel Berger is a NYC student, reader, and writer who often wishes she had more time to read, write, and study. You can find her online at personalslashpolitical.blogspot.com. Walking home after dark a few nights ago, I passed a pair of guys sprawled on a park bench. As I reached the corner, one of them…

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Taking Sexy Back: A Woman’s Strengths are Sexy

Diana Martinez is a senior from Mount Holyoke College and a woman’s history major and Spanish minor.  Her journey as an activist began when she joined her college’s feminist a capella group called The Nice Shoes, who sing empowering songs to promote human rights.  With the Shoes, her Mount Holyoke sisters, and strong influences from…

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Taking Sexy Back: Being Sexy is about Inner Beauty

Maya Brown is a sophomore at Waterville Senior High School in Waterville Maine. She enjoys music, technology, photography, and anything related to theater. She has been a part of the Girls Advisory Board at Hardy Girls Healthy Women for three years, and a part of Hardy Girls since the beginning (10 years ago). She believes…

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Taking Sexy Back

By Culley Schultz Culley Schultz is a senior at Glen Ridge High School, outside of New York City.  She is the vice-president of the GRHS Girls Learn International (GLI) Chapter as well as the Secretary of the GLI Junior Board.  Last year, Culley created a short documentary and commentary on the portrayal of women and…

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Bringing Sexy Back: The SPARK Summit Recap

By Carmen Rios Carmen Rios is a student activist, and artist loving in Washington, DC. She is involved with THE LINE Campaign focused on enthusiastic consent and edits the campaign blog, Where Is Your Line?, and founded an educational campaign called (con)sensual on her campus addressing similar issues. She has tackled similar tasks for Hollaback!,…

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Women Athletes

By Rachel Berger I’m a NYC student, reader, writer who often wishes she had more time to read, write and study.  You can find me online at personalslashpolitical.blogspot.com On Friday, October 22nd, I had the pleasure of attending the SPARK Summit at Hunter College and hearing Geena Davis speak. Almost any experience is sweetened by…

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SPARK a Revolution

By Melissa Campbell Melissa Campbell is 21 years old and a senior at Eugene Lang College in New York City, where she’s majoring in Cultural and Media Studies. She’s a proud, loud feminist whose interests include smashing patriarchy, bringing down the class system, and hosting potluck suppers. She believes in media literacy as a crucial…

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