The Gender Blender Blog was created in an attempt to demystify and de-stigmatize feminism, and to explore how the personal is political in our daily lives. Using a feminism lens to approach social justice work, we hope to begin, engage in, and inspire critical and constructive conversations that examine both the intersection of multiple oppressions and the intersection of multiple privileges at Tufts and the world at large. We aim to be as inclusive and diverse as we can in our coverage of news and issues, demonstrating our support for and solidarity with other progressive social movements (such as food justice, environmentalism, queer politics, etc.) We welcome feedback – suggestions, criticism, questions, thoughts, reflections, etc. – but we remind you to please be respectful if/when you comment. Thanks and happy reading!
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