Ryan Murphy’s newest project for Netflix, “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story,” has ignited conversations on the ethics of true crime content.
Co-opinion editors Caitlin Segraves and Katie Freeman walk women through ways to stop settling for unsatisfying sex.
College doesn’t go as fast as a blink of an eye, it’s more like a lot of blinking in a row. It’s still fast, but you get little glimpses of all the memories you made. And then it’s over.
I don’t want to feel like I’m required to give my body away in exchange for eventual love.
No matter how heroic and strong your friends may seem, they have problems of their own.
Moral of the story is always get consent, duh, toxic masculinity sucks, and always believe survivors.
“Okay, deep breaths!”
“So don’t say you’ll get blue balls just because you want your partner to suck you off, that’s not cool!”
In addition to becoming a better feminist/ally and person, reading makes you so hot you’re off the charts.
“Hey students at Butler, please masturbate quietly. Thanks, bye!”