Sunday Catch Up

26 04 2009

Here are some interesting reads for a Sunday afternoon:

Cisgender privilege and transphobia.

A tribute to Bea Arthur, 1922 – 2009.

Old news on how Fox News is not where you should be getting your news coverage from.

Combat veterans are not the only ones who experience PTSD.

The meaning of “Justice for Angie”.

There’s an anonymous generous donor who has been contributing big bucks to colleges/universities run by women.

Gentrification: it’s about more than just white hipsters.

Only 2% of reported rapes are false reports, so why do people still argue that crying rape is so common?





The Clothesline Project at Tufts

26 04 2009

I’m a bit late on posting this, but the Clothesline Project happened at Tufts earlier this month, from April 14th to April 16th.  A lot of Tufts students decorated t-shirts, and the display was incredibly moving and powerful.   People walking by would either stop and read the t-shirts and talk about it to whoever they were with, or they would just take one glance and realize what the t-shirts said and just walk straight through without another glance.  Although not too many people decorated t-shirts, a lot of people stopped by and asked what we were doing and what this was all about, so it definitely sparked a lot of conversation.  Here are some of the t-shirts Tufts students made:

"Time will Pass, Seasons Will Change, And I have grown, But what you did to me that night will always stay the same."

"Time will Pass, Seasons Will Change, And I have grown, But what you did to me that night will always stay the same."

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