My name's Daniel and this is my second year at UMBC. I'm a Gender and Women's Studies major and I am the new Rebuilding Manhood peer facilitator here at The Women's Center. When I'm not watching Netflix documentaries about oceans, I am the Outreach Coordinator for Freedom Alliance, Student Representative for the LGBT Campus Climate Workgroup,… Continue reading Daniel Willey Staff Intro
When you talk to most college students about shackling incarcerated pregnant people before, after, and while they are labor, most are surprised. Many look at me incredulously and ask, “We still do that?” Yes, we still do that. We still shackle pregnant people for all of their medical appointments, as they give birth, and as… Continue reading “We still do that?”: Shackling Pregnant Prisoners in Maryland
This was originally posted on Unruly Bodies a group blog for UMBC’s Gender and Women’s Studies course, Unruly Bodies. As long as I’ve been alive, I’ve been some version of overweight. I was my mom’s biggest baby. There was the “baby fat” phase (which I tried to ride to middle school, much to my embarrassment); the “I’m… Continue reading My Body and Me: The Original Arranged Marriage. A guest post by Ashley Sweet.