At the risk of bursting your holiday bubble, I’m going to apply a feminist lens to some holiday favorites and pastimes for folks who celebrate the Christmas holiday. A few nights ago, I happened upon a Christmas special, where they showed the Rudolph, the Red-Nosed Reindeer Claymation.

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This year is a kind of a big deal for community based sexual violence programs. Several of the nation’s oldest centers are celebrating their 40th Anniversaries.

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Last night I served on a panel after a screening of the Invisible War in Pittsburgh, PA. The event, the first of its kind hosted by Public Source, was a culmination of a series of investigative stories on the experiences of veterans returning to the Pittsburgh area.

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Part of my personal feminist framework led me to vegetarianism back in college. Seven years later, I am still a vegetarian, and still navigating those ever-fun family dinner gatherings.

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Needless to say, severe weather kind of freaks me out. It’s not in a hide under the bed during thunder storms kind of way. It’s much more about my fears for what it means about the (lack of?) health and well-being of our planet.

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A few weeks ago I attended the Healthy Masculinity Summit in Washington DC. A hardy group of about 200 people gathered to have conversations about masculinity.

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People I love experienced some of the most devastating effects of Hurricane Sandy earlier this week.

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To wrap up our blog series in honor of LGBTQ History Month, the Feminism blog welcomes Eric Stiles as a guest blogger. Thank you so much Eric for sharing your story of resiliency.

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This week the Preventionista features a guest blog post by Liz Zadnik. Liz discusses the recent Applied Research Center case studies examining the relationship between racial justice and LGBTQ communities.

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