Do you still have your virginity, or just the box it came in?

About The Dollhouse I began The Dollhouse to explore my personal history as an adoptee as well as to interrogate the ideas of identity, feminism, and home. Creating worlds through play allows me to design utopias where women rule on a 1:12-scale. Dolls and dollhouses represent a hyper-sexualized way of Read More …

My Abortion #211: Toni’s experience, 1960’s

Roar will publish a first-person story about abortion, “My Abortion: A Daily Story,” every day for at least 365 days. The below excerpt opens Toni’s story. From east Tennessee, Toni talks about her two chilling experiences obtaining abortion before the US Supreme Court legalized it Read More …

Abortion Story #210: Experiencing a Medication Abortion

Roar will publish a first-person story about abortion, “My Abortion: A Daily Story,” every day for at least 365 days. What follows is excerpted from Rose Miller’s narrative. She details what her physical experience was like after making a decision to obtain a medication abortion. Read More …

Against the Problematic Disposability of Women of Color

Since the election of Donald Trump, we have so often seen racist and sexist actions denounced by liberals as profoundly “un-American.” Yet this rhetoric ignores the pervasive ways in which racism and sexism are fundamentally entangled into the DNA of all American institutions. So often, Read More …