There is an important backstory to the fight for protecting students from sexual violence. It dates back to 1986, when 19-year-old student Jeanne Clery was raped and murdered in her dormitory room at Lehigh University.
Lee’s film yields a “complex and multilayered” account which she hopes will instruct her daughter, and future generations of girls, about the struggle that preceded them.
It is Radycki’s premise that Modersohn-Becker was a “pioneer and groundbreaker,” one of the key early German modernists—the “missing piece in the history of modernist imagery.”
June 2 is National Cancer Survivors Day. For Karen Shayne and Judy Pearson, co-founders of the Women Survivors Alliance, it is also an opportunity to galvanize others to their 365 days-a-year mission. Shayne and Pearson have both survived cancer. They have joined forces to spearhead a global call to action, reframing the state of cancer […]
Ensler’s hope and goal is for each individual girl to “empower her authentic self.”
After numerous interviews, I learned why thyroid shields were not needed. In fact, they were considered a detriment to the mammogram process.
It is essential to go beyond the statistics to place Domestic Violence within a larger societal framework.
“The more people come out and talk about shame, the less power it has.”
“Women have different phases of life. A doctor still heavily focused on obstetrics may not be the best solution for an older woman’s concerns.”
Would anybody enlist if they knew a court ruling had put forth, “Rape is an occupational hazard of military service.”