Women’s History Month Panel: Women in the 21st Century-Where We’ve Been, Where We Are, and Where We’re Headed - Shared screen with speaker view
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Valerie.Is FRC able to teach Title IX in our athletic clasees
How do transgenders apply\impact Title IX?
Roe v. Wade was 1973 too.
I feel like abortion is circumstantial to each individual. for example if a 15 year old gets pregnant after non consensual sex in a state that has laws against abortion and is told she cant get an abortion aren't her rights being intruded on
According to date from the World Health Organization, 1 in 3 women in the world are subjected to physical or sexual violence by an intimate partner or sexual violence from a non-partner. If that doesn't lead to trauma -- and contribute to historical trauma -- I don't know what does. https://www.who.int/news/item/09-03-2021-devastatingly-pervasive-1-in-3-women-globally-experience-violence
Audrey Denney (she/her)
This reflection from Sister Joan Chittister kept me walking forward in my life’s darkest traumas. Check it out later! https://cac.org/life-goes-on-2019-12-04/
Hopefully we're exiting the same sort of bigotry against lgbtqia+ in the US military and their service.
when I was in highscool I wrestled and the coach thought he would have to change the way he coached because two girls were on a boys team. we surprised him we being myself and the one other girl on the team
being a single mom of 2 I get mixed reactions from people some are why didn't you get an abortion or oh wow that must be so hard how do you do it and then theres others who say that's amazing your a strong woman
Thank you Audrey. Intersectionality is the foundation to understanding what we mean by equality. Gender is not a binary.
Take my Sex, Gender, and Society class where we talk about gender policing!
my counselor frequently says get comfortable being uncomfortable because counseling isn't always comfortable
Being in the presence of all of you is an honor.