W&L Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program
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Many conservative women feel largely unheard and unrepresented by the current political system. Out of the ten women who answered the question “do you feel adequately represented by your chosen political party?” only three ...
In this paper, I address how womxn, LGBTQ individuals, persons of color, and non-Americans are simultaneously conceptualized or represented within and excluded from the white, hyper-masculine, ultra-nationalist realm of ...
This paper, which will function as my Women’s and Gender Studies capstone, results from a semester-long look into the issues of prenatal and maternal health care services for women and infants residing in Rockbridge County, ...