The outdated assumption that a man needs to be arm-in-arm with a woman to keep her safe has no place in the twenty-first century.
“Although, at the end of the day, sexual misconduct is never the fault of the victim, proper education can help to combat a culture that overwhelmingly prioritizes harmful, patriarchal ideas of sex and romance.”
“A not-insignificant portion of our peers is receiving extremely mixed messages when it comes to issues of sex and sexuality.”
“Your first time is your introduction to the world of sex, and we are here to help make that introduction feel like you have just met your best friend.”
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.