Updates and reflections from the staff and board of SHCS
On this (final!) episode of Sex+, Berkley is joined by veterinary student and active feminist Sarah Zelinski to talk about her work in Uganda, both as part of the “goat pass-on project” and in her own community-focused initiatives around menstrual supplies.
Sexism exists in so many insidious and quietly accepted ways. What can we do to combat it?
We all exist as a combination of multiple identities, with each affecting and affected by the others. When one is in a position of disadvantage, this can add up in some really obstructive ways.
Women in rape culture maintain a constant state of risk assessment and social awareness — it’s high time men started working to lighten the load.
Jian Ghomeshi found not guilty on all charges. What happened in this trial and what does it mean for victims of sexual assault?
Is there a difference between a consent “accident” and a consent “violation”? What are the ramifications of North Carolina’s recently passed anti-trans bill?
Taking some very solid prompts from this article, Berkley explores the kinds of sexual conduct we ought to be worried about.
Can we be “better feminists” without taking each other down in the process? Yes! Here are a few ideas as to how.
With the verdict passed on Kesha’s allegations of abuse against her producer, Berkley takes the opportunity to look at what’s going on with our legal system.
Joined by performer Peter Morningwood, much talk is had about the history of burlesque and what wonderful and hidden things it can unlock in the human psyche.