To The Wild Ones By: Nasimeh Bahrayni Easton I know it started when you were small 1 2 maybe 3 — the first time you looked into the mirror and saw the reflection of a wild wild thing. There you saw yourself as you really are all soft edges and discovery — all crushed leaves and sweet […]
Marit wrote this poem in reflection to the current protests and discussion happening around Holland regarding the shrinking space and availability of abortion pills and services. To learn more read here.
The abortion pill can be taken if you are unwanted pregnant. This pill can be prescribed safely and effectively by the doctor. Nevertheless, with the way abortion is described in the criminal code now, GP’s are afraid to prescripe the pill and it is not available at pharmacies. On 18th of November 2017, the Feminist Club of […]
We at FCA believe that sustainability and conscious consumerism is one of the ways which you can practice feminism. So we’re throwing a clothing exchange (during the expensive holiday consumer season) to gather and exchange clothes, ideas (The discussion will be on the nexus of feminism, consumer culture and sustainability see reading list below), and […]
Get your ticket here! Synopsis: we will be delving into anti-racism with two experts: Arzu Aslan and Sarita Bajnath. They will both give a short lecture about their work and experiences. After that we will have the opportunity to delve into the matter further in a moderated discussion. Speakers: Arzu Aslan: Kurdish (cis straight) woman, daughter, […]
Women typically face challenges breaking into male-dominated fields but the female jazz musicians of today are taking a sledgehammer to the boys club of the music industry. The lack of female contribution and old-school sexism within the Jazz community is perplexing. There is no better example of democracy than a Jazz ensemble: individual freedom but […]