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Co-Written by Alissa Medina and Stephanie Watson Let’s face it, unless you are male, able-bodied, cishet, or white, film directors love to make you into a horror trope. Horror movies build upon our anxieties and fears, and so every so often, films touch upon cringe-worthy shock stories of the feminine, non-binary, non-white, or disabled. By […]
The Wayúu people are indigenous peoples that reside both in Venezuela and in Colombia. According to the 1997 census in Colombia, they comprise twenty percent of the indigenous population, approximately 144,000. They live in harsh conditions on dry, barren land without immediate access to hospitals, government assistance, proper nutrition, and proper tools for education much […]
[TRIGGER WARNING: Death] ICYMI is Fembot’s monthly news roundup, providing you this month’s feminist and social justice news. Check out what you may have missed at the end of each month! Natural Disasters From hurricane damage in Puerto Rico, to raging earthquakes in Mexico, the world is suffering from major physical damage this month. Hundreds […]
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