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Jim Huang

Undergraduate at Yale University

Queer-blind in the 21st Century: Reflections from Religion Class

Ready to fall flat on my face and take a nap, I stumbled into my Christian Vocations class thinking, “Today, I just can’t even.” And I was right. I just didn’t know how much I couldn’t even until my teacher’s…

0 Comments / 325 View / May 31, 2014

U.S. Capitalism and Reproductive Roles: A Deadly Intersection

Feminism’s reach has undoubtedly grown in the U.S. since its inception in the late 18th century, but perhaps no other social movement has been more confusing as a result of its constantly evolving position. Even today, feminism’s simplified, overly-broad, and oft-cited definition,…

8 Comments / 552 View / May 27, 2014