The Intensified Infantilization of College Women via a Manufactured Campus Rape Crisis

When I was getting my undergraduate degree, I had a weekly column in my university's student newspaper (ever-true to my terrible punning, it was titled "Lizzen Up"). I wrote a lot of pieces that garnered negative attention, but the one that probably earned me the most notoriety, and certainly the most threats and hate-mail, was … Continue reading The Intensified Infantilization of College Women via a Manufactured Campus Rape Crisis

Me Neither: Adding Nuance to the “Me Too” Movement

Everybody knows what the Me Too movement is - it requires no introduction from me. By now, we all have at least a passing familiarity with the predatory sexual assaults of Harvey Weinstein, Bill O'Reilly, and Kevin Spacey, to name only a few of the more famous men who have fallen from public grace. As necessary and long-overdue as … Continue reading Me Neither: Adding Nuance to the “Me Too” Movement