8 Important Feminist Life Lessons

By Alisa Bhakta '16 Caitlin Moran on loving your body: “I love my BOOBS.” Pat Robertson on the after effects of feminism: “Feminism encourages women to leave their husbands, kill their children, practice witchcraft, destroy capitalism, and become lesbians.” Tina Fey keeping it short and sweet: “Know what? Bitches get stuff done.” Betty White on... Continue Reading →

Wrestling With the Gender Issue

By Sasha Newton '16 and Bella Oliva '16 Recently, there have been many dynamic conversations surrounding gender in wrestling— a co-ed sport at PA. Many of these conversations are centered around inequality among genders in such a physically demanding and aggressive sport. From Assistant Coach and former wrestler Kassie Archambault’s perspective, there don’t appear to... Continue Reading →

No Flex Zone

By Lydia Paris '17 From the lonely place atop a cardio machine I can clearly see the gender divide. This vantage point at the back of the gym is one that I often return to – I choose the comfort and safety of these machines even though my purpose for going to the gym usually... Continue Reading →

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