Off the Deep End: My Response to an Article Calling for the Abortion of White Babies

I’ve found the most ludicrous article that’s ever been published on this ridiculous thing we call the Internet: https://medusamagazine.com/beyond-pro-choice-the-solution-to-white-supremacy-is-white-abortion. It’s short but loaded, and as I was reading it, I was sure that it was satirical — but it’s not. … Continue reading Off the Deep End: My Response to an Article Calling for the Abortion of White Babies

“Part and Parcel”: A City Girl’s Stance on Sadiq Khan’s View of City Life

It has been less than a week since three ISIS fighters (I am refraining from calling them soldiers because I do not wish to taint the good name of real, honorable soldiers) decided to wreak havoc on the Southwark area in … Continue reading “Part and Parcel”: A City Girl’s Stance on Sadiq Khan’s View of City Life

My Life as a Conservative at a Liberal Arts College: Stupid Things I’ve Heard on Campus This Week

I still remember November 8th, 2016 like it was yesterday. I had been watching the election results come in at a senior friend’s apartment with a couple of friends when we collectively decided to go crash the viewing party in … Continue reading My Life as a Conservative at a Liberal Arts College: Stupid Things I’ve Heard on Campus This Week

The Insignificance of ‘A Day Without a Woman’ from a Woman’s Perspective

On October 24th, 1975 women all throughout the small island nation of Iceland dismissed their children and their jobs and went on strike to demand equal rights, as at that time women earned less than sixty percent of what their … Continue reading The Insignificance of ‘A Day Without a Woman’ from a Woman’s Perspective