Viewport width =

AuthorChrissy Brown

Author Archive: Chrissy Brown

rss feed

July 24, 2016

I in no way represent all the women out there. I am cis, white, and straight (I think) so there’s no point of me trying to write something that is meant to relate to all women. That would be so superficial and dumb especially coming from the privileged position I have. Emotional labour is a […]

April 3, 2016

  Writing this is very sad and hard. Taboo is everything that’s really hard to talk about. It’s usually a topic we don’t dive into at all. There are topics which are considered taboo like periods and stuff, but I really want to discuss something else. Something that is the nitty gritty essence of a […]

March 13, 2016

The world graciously gifted us an amazingly beautiful, semi-nude, image of Kim Kardashian last week. It is important to note that it was a selfie, taken by her, of her. She was nude except black bars that covered her nipples and area below. The image shows her curves, her blonde hair (which looks great), and […]

February 21, 2016

  What is consent? When you’re having sexual contact (sex, oral sex, touching, hooking-up, etc.) with someone, do you ever consider if the other person wants to do this as much as you do? Whether they are your partner, a fuck buddy, or maybe someone you have just met, consent is a requirement of all […]

August 16, 2015

What is Feminism? Feminism has several different interpretations and means different things to different people. But in short, feminism is a movement/ideology that recognises that there is a gender imbalance within our society which negatively affects all genders, not just women. But if feminism wants to help more than just women, why is it called […]

August 16, 2015

Hi there, my name is Chrissy and I am the President of the VUWSA Women’s Group. Recently, I have noticed an increasing amount of people asking, “isn’t feminism about equality?” The concept of equality is of course a good thing, but only when everyone starts on an even playing field, and this is not always […]