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Women's Outreach and Resource Collective | A collaborative community for advocates of gender equity and social justice


By: Chelsea Abercrombie Okay guys, let’s be honest: very few of us actually enjoy reading or watching the news. Ultimately, though, you can’t impact the world without knowing what’s going on in it. After a few hours spent scouring the Internet (translation: I took 6 Buzzfeed quizzes and then scrolled through Twitter) here’s a collection of…

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Why I’m a Feminist

By: Madison Turner I was sporting my new “Georgia Feminist” shirt the other day when a friend saw me and jokingly asked, “So just when did you become a feminist?” Our conversation was completely light-hearted, but it really got me thinking… so when did I become a feminist? The first day of my freshman year,…

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The War on Spandex

By: Missy DeVelvis It is in observing my peers on public places like the Orbit bus that I maintain my knowledge of fashion trends (I am a simple woman). UGA’s broad spectrum always makes me chuckle: I see poor, half-awake souls in pajama pants, athletes with their latest acquisitions from “Nike Christmas,” and brave individuals…

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Comparison is the Thief of Joy

By: Juhi Varshney You are beautiful. I mean it. This sentiment is not expressed nearly as much as it should be, but I want you to know that you are unique and special and loved and so much more than your looks. When I say you’re beautiful, I mean more than your twinkling eyes and…

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