by Nanette Ashby „To realize our sexual freedom, our goal must be to infuse the dominant sexual culture with the richness of our own experience. We must celebrate our differences from those without disabilities. We must see that our differences in appearance and function which are the sources of our degradation also contain the seeds of our sexual liberation” – Barbara Faye Waxman (Kaufman 1).
ARA Week: Romana Vrede
This week is the Anti-Racism Awareness week and our university Radboud University contributes to this with an amazing program created … More
Audre Lorde: Intersectional Feminist
Today’s article is about someone who has been relevant some time ago and it seems as if her work is … More
Masculinity and Protection: By Any Means Necessary
In this essay, Zama Madondo will attempt to account for the gendering process of states through her analysis of security performances and their impact on the “protected” by investigating why and how masculinized performances of protection are carried out by the United States of America.