This Real Issue with Mommy Porn

By Erin Hagen For the last few weeks, editorials criticizing 50 Shades of Grey turned feature film have been popping up all over my newsfeed. Perhaps it’s because I have been reading them while thinking ahead to our Women’s History Annual Conference, Worn Out: Motherwork in the Age of Austerity, but I have finally pinpointed the reason I cannot get on board with the 50 … Continue reading This Real Issue with Mommy Porn

Thoughts on The People’s Climate March

By Erin Hagen It’s 11:30 on a Sunday. I’m staring into some man’s back, a triangular sweat splotch just inches from my nose. The air is sticky, and I tilt my head upwards to find a breeze. Quick heartbeats thump in my ears, beginning to drown out the thrum of conversation. “You okay buddy?” My friend, Taylor, brings me out of my dizziness. “Yeah, just … Continue reading Thoughts on The People’s Climate March