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Coming soon: Response to “Greek Life and Straight Supremacy” by C.J. Queirolo and “An Open Letter to Greek Life” by Philip Brenfleck

Hi readers! For those of you who have already had a chance to read the print edition of the Fall ’13 Issue of Wetlands Magazine, the response from Greek Life as promised on page 11 is coming soon! Also, an online version of the magazine will also be available soon, so stay tuned! Best, The Editors

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Feminists and the Straight, Cis-gendered,White Male: A Love Story By: Jeanne-Marie Joubert

A few weekends ago I was at the University of Oregon in Eugene when a friend of a friend asked me if I considered myself a feminist. After I replied with an obvious “Yes,” he asked me why feminists tend to not value his opinion, as in his opinion on feminism and the ideas surrounding […]

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A Bright Spot to Comic Book Sexism: A Look at Dazzling DC Ladies Month by Sam Mandry

As a feminist, I am obligated and driven to fight against sexism and smash the patriarchy. And also as a comic book enthusiast, I constantly have to fight the urge to talk about the issue of the New Avengers where Iron Man, Captain America, and Captain Marvel encountered the reanimated evil robot Ultron and his […]

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Feminists in Stilettos (oh shit!) by Lindsay Conrad

I’ve been thinking a lot about femininity lately. Particularly how femininity is perceived in various circles of society, namely the feminist community. As a feminist who participates in “traditional” presentations of femininity, I’ve experienced a lot of backlash from some feminist circles for “internalizing patriarchal gender norms.” Assumptions about what a feminist looks like, or […]

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Second and Third wave feminists: the battle of generations By: Jeanne-Marie Joubert

I get rowdy about a lot of things I learn in my gender studies classes, and it’s usually directed at, I don’t know, the patriarchy and its various minions.  This time, however, my anger is directed toward feminists.  It is difficult to learn about amazing, powerful women throughout feminist history who are holding the cause […]

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The “F” Word: Wetlands Magazine and Feminism By Erika Barker (with significant contributions from the illustrious Tosia Klincewicz)

     Usually, when I tell college acquaintances that I’m on the staff of Wetlands Magazine, they’ll say something along the lines of, “Oh, isn’t that the feminist magazine?” with a knowing look that seems to imply, “The feminist magazine, as in the one I wouldn’t be caught dead reading or submitting a piece to.” […]

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Cliteracy: Are You CLITerate? by Erica Rochelle

Are you cliterate? Have you ever heard of cliteracy? Well artist Sophia Wallace is making it her mission to educate you. Wallace, who coined and defined the term for her mixed media project and installation titled “CLITERACY, 100 Natural Laws” explains cliteracy in a variety of ways, and I could undoubtedly write a whole paper […]

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We Have Never Been Queer: The De-politicization of Queer Activism by C.J. Queirolo

It’s difficult to talk about “queer” activism these days. In the nineties, there was an upsurge of radical, militant organizations ranging from ACT-UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power) to Queer Nation (ACT-UP successor group) to the Pink Panthers (Queer Nation splinter group, of “Bash Back!” infamy) that all advocated a celebration of sexual difference; rather […]

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Reflections on an Experience with a Male Doctor by Annie Ryan

A week ago today marked my first visit to the emergency room, a visit I reluctantly made after a day’s worth of unexplained pelvic pain. My own experience has not given me particular reason to distrust doctors. I have, however, learned to be constantly aware of the various ways the medical industry can be a […]

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Welcome back!: Reflections and Projections for Wetlands Magazine, 2013-2014 by Tosia Klincewicz

First thing’s first: as the current Editor-in-Chief of Wetlands Magazine I would like to give a warm welcome back to everyone returning to the Puget Sound from the summer hiatus; glad to have y’all back! I would also like to extend an equally warm welcome to all new campus community members! We’re so excited to […]