Sticker Slap Blog — girls
Posted by Zoe Zimski on
Rape can no longer be swept under the rug. Rape can no longer be forgotten. Rape can no longer be ignored. It is a worldwide epidemic that we as a society must not only strive to end, but also a public must learn about in order to prevent. While rape education and awareness are touchy, personal, and emotional subjects, it is important that a collective effort is made to challenge rape culture rather than ignore it altogether, especially by influential...
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- Tags: boys, campus, college, consent, feminism, girls, media, men, rape, rape culture, sex, sexual, sticker sla[, university, violence, women
Posted by Amanda Warbritton on
Welcome to America, where ass jobs and spray tans are more socially acceptable than a woman growing out her armpit hair. In May of this year I decided I wasn't going to shave my armpits, that only lasted about 2 weeks before I felt obligated to shave because of my partner at the times preference. Two months later I got really sick and was too weak to shave, shaving no longer was a priority for me. That being said, I've...
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- Tags: beautiful, beauty, body, body hair, confidence, empower, esteem, girls, hair, image, self, sticker slap, wax, women
Posted by Jordan Tennenbaum on
In 2011, Bridesmaids, the Paul Feig directed and Judd Apatow produced film became an instant box office hit, reaching millions of viewers with a refreshing take on female comedy that received wide claim as a film that empowered women. Classically, Hollywood has been dominated and colonized by white males, producing and recycling narratives that reflect a small sliver of the American experience for a massive and diverse audience. Despite this fact, the film, written by Kristen Wiig, and starring Melissa...
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- Tags: brides, bridesmaids, change, cinema, empower, feminism, film, gay, girls, maids, poc, progress, representation, sticker slap, white, women