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Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


Marching. Where would women be without it? American women have historically held marches to call for justice when justice was…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


One hundred forty-six women in Texas were killed by a former or current partner in 2016. One in three Texans…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


One of the first questions after someone has accused another person of sexual assault, harassment or misconduct is, “Why didn’t…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


  Feminine hygiene products are included in the sales tax base in most of the United States. Consequently, half the…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


Millennials have become the butt of baby-boomers’ jokes. Millenials have been on the receiving end of intentional attacks over workplace-readiness.…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


In journalist Kayleen Schaefer’s novel Text Me When You Get Home: The Evolution and Triumph of Modern Female Friendship, the…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


When the wolf skulked through the woods, Red betrayed not a single fear, though her curling fingers did tremble, Mother’s…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


Peace. Love. Unity. Respect. PLUR is the four letter acronym that nearly everyone in the rave community knows by heart.…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


Who am I? I mean really, who the hell am I? Am I the black woman who lays her edges…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


UTSA professor Jackie Cuevas, Ph.D, teaches Chicana Feminist Writers, Mexican American Literature, Feminist Theory/Literary Theories, Introduction to LGBTQ Studies and…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


Former UTSA track star Chelsea Taylor is constantly serving the female community around her in any way she can. Whether…

Spring 2018, Issue 1- Empowerment


Practicality or design brought Professor Sarah Montoya back to UTSA, with one significant difference—she is behind the lectern. Her research…