sewanee wc [the wick]

We are 12 undergraduate students trying to make a difference.
We attend a small liberal arts college in Sewanee, TN.
We work and live in the Women’s Center.
We are feminists.
We have things to say. We have stories and experiences to share. We think they’re pretty important and at the very least, entertaining. Someone said we should start a blog.
We said- why not?
This is us, in the simple (but often not so simple) day-to-day.

http://life.sewanee.edu/live/women-at-sewanee

@bairnwick_womens_center

In my grandmother’s day, you wouldn’t expect your husband to fulfill the same need in you as your sister, or girlfriends, or colleagues at work. You’d have different needs met by different people. Now we want all our needs met by one person, and I don’t believe that’s possible.

—Rosamund Pike, some of the realest shit I’ve read about relationships  (via fuckyeahrosamundpike)

(Source: shaunofthebread, via pizzaqueerest)

gaywrites:

Happy National Coming Out Day! 

  • If you are planning on coming out today: Yay! I’m proud of you for doing what’s best for you! 
  • If you’ve been out for some time now: Yay! I’m proud of you for doing what’s best for you!
  • If you aren’t coming out right now: Yay! I’m proud of you for doing what’s best for you! 

<3

whoneedsfeminism:

I need feminism because people should not be surprised when they ask to see a manager and they see me—a short, blonde woman.

whoneedsfeminism:

I need feminism because people should not be surprised when they ask to see a manager and they see me—a short, blonde woman.

halftheskymovement:

“It’s not where I am, but where I’m going that matters.”

October 11, is International Day of the Girl, a day to advance the rights of women and girls everywhere. 

Girls like Eunice deserve the same opportunities as boys: the same chance to go to school, the same chance to work, and the same chance to lead a full life. Eunice is a student at the Kibera School for Girls in Kibera, the largest slum in Kenya. Despite facing severe hardships – or perhaps because of them – Eunice is driven to become a doctor and give back to her community.

Learn more about Eunice and the Kibera School for Girls via A Path Appears blog.

(via smartgirlsattheparty)

whoneedsfeminism:

I need feminism because I’m only 16 years d and am being told how to behave, dress and live my life in order to not ‘ruin myself’ for my husband. AS IF that will be my only accomplishment in life.

whoneedsfeminism:

I need feminism because I’m only 16 years d and am being told how to behave, dress and live my life in order to not ‘ruin myself’ for my husband. AS IF that will be my only accomplishment in life.