“Every time I looked in the mirror, my cropped hair reminded me that I had suffered, had experienced something that none of my peers could comprehend.”
by JuJu Lane on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
Woman, I love you.
by Faith Emba on March 31, 2019
“We are socialized to be agreeable and raised to say yes, so it becomes ever more difficult to deny the encroaching hand of a stranger.”
by Allie Matthias on April 18, 2021April 18, 2021
A Nass writer considers generational perspectives on feminism in a discussion with her own mother, a Gender, Sexuality, and Women’s Studies professor.
by Kristiana Filipov on April 11, 2021April 11, 2021
Considering the nuances of feminism at an all-girls school.
by Mika Hyman on April 6, 2019April 6, 2019
The co-publishers of the Nassau Weekly celebrate the third-annual Women*s Issue.
by Anika Khakoo, Mika Hyman on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
“Perhaps children of the early 2000s should be grateful for tamer coming-of-age protagonists who dealt with school bullies, boogers, and cursed slices of cheese within the vacuum of endless middle school.”
by Sierra Stern on November 20, 2021November 20, 2021
“But was my femininity forced on me, the only feasible result of a life grown around dolls and children’s books?”
by Lauren Aung on November 20, 2021
Wherein a Nass writer contemplates the influence of Disney on her burgeoning worldview.
by Lauren Aung on March 7, 2021March 7, 2021
A Nass writer considers issues of feminism and labor compensation within the evolving landscape of the porn industry.
by Talia Gill on April 4, 2021April 4, 2021
Interrogating Woody Allen’s presentation of women, and defensive disclaimers that his work is merely satirical fiction.
by Katie Duggan on March 31, 2019April 23, 2019
A writer analyzes the number of women authors she has been assigned throughout her time at Princeton.
by Gina Feliz on March 8, 2020July 22, 2020
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