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Shattering What Society Calls Masculine

By DeMornay Harper Blog Content Contributor As humans we all possess some kind of balance of masculinity and femininity. The idea that women are more encouraged to share the masculine sides of their personality is one that is common in our society. Women who like traditionally “masculine” things like football and video games are seen to be some kind of cherished unicorn among other women through the male gaze. But […]

todayNovember 19, 2017 772

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You Can Be Masculine Without Being Toxic

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor When we look into the terrors and inappropriate behaviors within the culture of men, it's often populated by negativity: men are more violent than women, there are more recorded suicides from men, and there is always a constant attempt to prove their masculinity within society. Toxic masculinity exists within our society because our culture is still strongly gender-polarized; it has just recently allowed women […]

todayApril 28, 2017 252

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Gender, Sex and Sexual Orientation: Know The Difference.

By Kimberly Garcia Blog Content Contributor A few weeks ago, I became an official Ally at Texas State University. Ever since I learned about being an Ally, I knew it was something that I wanted to do. I decided that if becoming an Ally would help even one student feel safe on campus, it would be worth it. The thing that stuck out most to me at the Allies training […]

todayApril 4, 2017 18


Unique Glimpse of Gender, Intersectionality and Militarism at Century of Conflict Symposium

By Denver Donchez News Reporter Retired Staff Sergeant, Eric Alva never expected to be the first soldier in the Iraq War to receive a Purple Heart medal. He also never expected to be a leading figure in the repeal of the military’s discriminatory “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy, but sometimes life has bigger plans than what we anticipate for ourselves. In 2003, Alva stepped on a landmine and became the […]

todayMarch 27, 2017 131

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Living To Just Be Free

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor Social norms are understood rules for accepted and expected behavior. Norms prescribe “proper” behavior and help people know what to expect. So why do we continue to live with these norms? In other words, who do we impress with these norms if it’s not for ourselves? Created by society itself, these norms put pressure on those who choose to not conform. Unlike biological sex, […]

todayMarch 21, 2017 9

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“Falling Out of Line”

By Alexandra Cochran Blog Content Contributor From childhood, our gender expectations begin to shape around the age of three or four years old. Genetics may have a significant amount of purpose as to who we are, but influencers shape us into these societal norms that force us to mold into an acceptable and appropriate gender. Social media had once again led me to an event with not only free food, but also […]

todayMarch 1, 2017 16

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In the Public Interest

Gender and Sexuality

(Originally aired in July) This In the Public Interest takes a look at the the inclusionary LGBTQIA  community of San Marcos in regards to gender and sexuality, and the events and allys that exist to support this community. Hosted by Matthew Hamill, we bring you stories that specialize in information detailing the resources and prideful events that support San Marcos' LGBTQIA community. Kasandra Garza introduces information about different Texas State University support […]

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