cw: assault, rape, sexism, mental health
and why we need to start raising boys the same as girls.
I’m here to yet again affirm my point that we should not only be furthering education for women to feel shameless and accepted, but we desperately need to be teaching boys.
Or “…my brief experience working in the music industry and why I hated it.”
In one of my film courses we were asked if we could name a female director and only about two or three students in my class of thirty could utter a name.
Here’s what the real problem is, it’s not the woman, and it’s not her body, it’s men.
Or rather the patriarchy.