I Didn’t Ask For It: A Look At Sexual Harrassment and Rape Culture

By: Rhonda Nemri Whistling, blowing kisses, grabbing, touching, cat-calling, these are a few of the things that most people don’t realize that it is the same as sexual harassment, or sexual assault. Women from all over the world experience some of these forms of assaults. If not, then the worst case scenario is rape.  As…

Double-Standard Versus Women

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Middle Eastern Culture & Feminist Views(April 18 Article)

By: Rhonda Nemri We hold on to things that are valuable to us. The means of those things can stick with us forever, or they can be reconstructed into things we don’t want to be a part of. Our identity is shaped throughout our lives. Identity is everything to us. However, what happens when you…

Simone de Beauvoir, Existentialist Feminism, and the Second Sex

By: Rhonda Nemri As I became well known with the literature on feminism, I came across an author by the name of Simone de Beauvoir. Beauvoir is a well known french philosopher who based her writings on being an existentialist. Beauvoir (1908-1986), is a left-wing activist and a writer for both fiction and nonfiction (Schneir…

What it means to be a Feminist

By: Rhonda Nemri Normally when people hear or read the word feminist, their own connotation of the word is different than other people’s definition of the word. People who have not considered looking into feminist literature or theory, have come to the conclusion(s) that all feminists are either lesbian, man haters, hate the world, hate…