By: Ruby Aliment News broke across the feminist blogosphere last week, and later the mainstream media, of a flier discovered in a men’s bathroom at Miami University titled, “Top Ten Ways To Get Away With Rape.” There is no explanation for how the “top ten” was selected, though we can be sure that, as with most […]
By: Bebe La Grua One quick Google search for “Monica Lewinsky” and up pops the obligatory articles detailing the Clinton/Lewinsky affair that oh-so-scandalized the country and forever stained the name of blue dresses and cigars everywhere (if it doesn’t make sense, trust me, Google it). However, recently Lewinsky has been making headlines for the rumored 12-million dollar book deal […]
By: Hannah Walker Julia Gillard, Australia’s first female Prime Minister, took down the Leader of the Opposition, Tony Abbott, in the House of Parliament last Tuesday, over his hypocritical stance on the Peter Slipper scandal. Slipper served as Speaker to the House of Representatives, but resigned after an array of degrading, sexually antagonistic text messages […]
Wetlands Magazine and our ferocious new staff have hit the ground running this fall semester! We want to share with you what we’re doing, why we’re doing it, and how you can be involved and get wetter than ever this fall. Here are some of the questions we’ve been asked, answered by our lovely editors. […]
Fall ’12 Staff Application deadline extended: 9/14. We wanted to give everyone a chance to have questions answered at the WETLANDS FALL 2012: General Interest Meeting this Wednesday at 5:30 in McIntyre 103. HA RAH! Remember to have your Staff Applications in by this Friday.
Wednesday Sept. 12th McIntyre 103 RSPV today Wetlands is kicking off this fall and answering all your questions about submissions, deadlines, content, participation, and more. We will provide some general logistic information and then open up the floor to questions as well as comments on last year’s virgin volume, so that we can make this […]
Wetlands Magazine is a new literary and arts publication with a focus on questions related to sexual exploration and gender expression at the University of Puget Sound. Educational in scope and purpose, our intention is to be a sex and body-positive, inclusive, open-minded and safe space for respectful conversations about issues of sex and gender […]