Tag Archives: Women’s History Month

OT: The policing of female athlete’s bodies in sports

OT: The policing of female athlete’s bodies in sports

The sexualization in women’s sports extends to what they wear as their uniforms. Women’s dress codes in sports are often determined by traditions that are both outdated and gendered.

Women’s history month celebrated on campus

All over the country, people are celebrating women and their contributions to society. At Butler, REACH; Demia; the Gender, Women’s and Sexuality Studies department; Student Affairs; Health Education; the Diversity Center and the residence life department are all celebrating March as National Women’s History Month with a wide variety of activities and events. “It’s good,

OPINION | Students should join feminist group celebrations of women

I’m Colleen Quilty, president of Demia, Butler University’s feminist and social justice organization. Tomorrow is the start of Women’s History Month, a whole 31 days dedicated to remembering and honoring women, their achievements and current issues they face. Demia is planning an eventful March culminating in a student production of Eve Ensler’s world-famous“Vagina Monologues” on

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