The Katie Gray

"Katie Gray is an ambitious, unique, and multitalented musician. Her music exudes artistic excellence, ranging from deep and pensive to quirky and playful. She has always known that music was her passion, which has been clearly evident throughout her life and in her songs. Currently, Katie Gray is performing and working on her music in Bellingham, WA where she is studying for a degree in music."
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"Offended" is increasingly used to dismiss the effect oppression has on the oppressed. "Oh you’re just offended," or "You’re easily offended, calm down," is how oppressors get out of saying (and acknowledging), "I hurt you by de-humanizing you."

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"One year, I taught this (Sociological theory) class and only used female writers. The journals were written by women, the textbook was written by females. Do you know what kind of responses I got on my student evaluations that year? {…} That I was biased, that I was only looking from one point of view… that I was basically a man eater. That’s the kind of things I’d get from the students… The semester before, I used only male writers. Do you think I got any kind of feedback like that then?"

"Not a single word."

Dr Rebecca Erikson, my professor, in her introduction of epistemology and challenging the main narrative

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"Of course, the ultimate moment of being Female in Public comes when a woman, deep in thought, is told by a strange man to SMILE. (And this happens only to women.) Gentlemen, let’s get this straight. There is no part of my body that belongs to you, not even my facial expression."

— From a devastating essay from Laura Lippman, author, about what it’s like to be a woman in public.  (via emilyvgordon)

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