Dear Survivor

This guest post was written by a UMBC community member who has asked to remain anonymous to allow for privacy while sharing this important experience.  ***Content Note: This post contains detailed descriptions of physical threats and sexual violence, and mentions of suicidal ideation. Please practice self-care while reading.***  Dear Survivor, I would like to tell… Continue reading Dear Survivor

(In)Visible Disabilities and Women Resources Round-up

A resource round-up provided by Women’s Center staff members Meagé and MJ In case you missed Tuesday’s roundtable on (In)Visible Disabilities and Women (or if you were there and want to keep the conversation going), we thought it might be useful to summarize some of the discussion in addition to linking some useful reading materials and resources. As… Continue reading (In)Visible Disabilities and Women Resources Round-up

“Don’t tell ME to Chill out”– Holding our Friends Accountable and saying NO to Rape Culture

A reflection written by Women's Center staff member, Yoo-Jin Content notice: This post contains information about a sexual assault. This past week has been both emotionally charged and draining all at once. I'm sure that Baltimore and its people have been in many of our thoughts, and I hope that we can keep the conversations going.… Continue reading “Don’t tell ME to Chill out”– Holding our Friends Accountable and saying NO to Rape Culture