“Whose Wife Are You?:” The Problem of Being Artistic in a Traditionally Professional World

So I have a new job which means I have new coworkers. And it also means getting to know said coworkers.  I have the interesting situation now of being extremely diverse in skill set and professional interests in comparison to my coworkers.  In the past, I was surrounded by a small core group of other... Continue Reading →

Sexism, Misogyny, & Perspective

A few months ago, I wrote a blog post on the experience I termed “eye rape” which is when someone looks at your body so lasciviously that you feel violated. Someone subsequently left the following comment on that blog post: “The infantilization of women starts at home. There is no such thing as eye rape.... Continue Reading →

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