Fight Against Sex Slavery

Sunitha Krishnan has dedicated her life to rescuing women and children from sex slavery, a multimilion-dollar global market. In this courageous talk, she tells three powerful stories, as well as her own, and calls for a more humane approach to helping these young victims rebuild their lives. GOD SAVE THE GIRLS! Advertisements

sex trafficking and the good ole USA

Many people are under the impression that sex trafficking only occurs in foreign countries – poor countries, illiterate countries, countries without real appreciation for women. But what a lot of people don’t realize is that sex trafficking within the United States is becoming a powerful and lucrative industry. According to the¬†Project Meridian Foundation, over 1.6 … Continue reading

Jenna Marbles – What Disney Movies Taught Me

DO NOT WATCH THE VIDEO IF PROFANITY OFFENDS YOU Jenna Marbles, while vulgar and generally offensive, is an entertainer, blogger, and social media celebrity, is notable for the videos she posts every Wednesday on YouTube where she comments on topics affecting her fans and society at large. The video posted above is Marbles’ tirade against … Continue reading

hypersex, girls, and college life.

If you were to step foot on a college campus at 11:30 at night, you would be shocked at what you see. Girls everywhere – and pretty ones. Girls in dresses so short you can see their butt cheeks, jeans so tight they can’t possibly breathe, and heels so high they can barely walk. It’s … Continue reading

7 Girls Fighting for Girls

Girls, take heart! There are women – powerful and beautiful women – that are striving to change the face of women’s rights and women’s health in our world. Here are 7 of them. This is¬†Leymah Gbowee. She won the Nobel Prize in 2011. She believes in the power of women. She advocates for non-violence, for … Continue reading

The Face of Slavery

What do you think of when you think of a girl in the sex industry? Do you think she chose that life? Do you think she likes her life? Or do you think that she maybe had no choice? That she was forced into a life of horror for a little extra cash for her … Continue reading

joan jacobs brumberg

          Joan Jacobs Brumberg is one of the top prizefighters in the arena of women’s rights. A celebrated professor at Cornell University, Brumberg has been writing about the struggles of women since 1988. Her first book Fasting Girls: The History of Anorexia Nervosa, was highly acclaimed and won Brumberg great esteem … Continue reading


In a culture that bleats feebly about gender equality and respect for women’s rights, there are shocking elements of our culture that reveal we have taken two steps forward and ten steps back in terms of the way women are portrayed in the media. Yes, there are women like Oprah, Katie Couric, and Diane Sawyer … Continue reading

The Growing Demand for Prostitution

When we think of men who pay for sex we often think of greasy politicians, drug dealers, and generally immoral people. We think that the sex trade only exists in big cities, in seedy neighborhoods, or even other countries that our “less civilized” than our own. Do we ever stop to think that the men … Continue reading