Our Bodies, Ourselves was written by The Boston Women’s Health Collective in 1970, with the goal of promoting women and girl’s health, reproductive rights, and sexuality. The knowledge presented was radical for its day, illuminating topics as varied as masturbation and abortion.
Generally, the researchers found that residents of higher SES residential areas suffered from fewer health problems than those living in lower income areas. The intersection between the area that we live in and our health outcome is evident, but not always obvious.
By Ca Hoang Ever since the beginning of summer, my roommates and I have committed to working out at least twice every week. On weekends, we push the living room tables aside, connect our laptop to the TV, and follow the home workout videos on YouTube. The initial dread of regularly drowning in sweat andContinue reading “Mothering Myself – Perspectives On Exercise”
By Aster Woods Can you imagine a scenario that would finally push you over the edge? Or do you just keep telling yourself you can handle anything? For people who care for others, hitting rock bottom is often an abstract principle. You do whatever it takes to keep on going. Because what’s the alternative? Really?Continue reading “Accepting Help”
Adinda van ’t Klooster is making art about stillbirth. ## Adina organized the online exhibit, Each Egg a World after her own experience with having a stillborn child. Now she wants to help break through the “tremendous taboo” that she says thwarts discussion around stillbirth and hampers the funding of measures to bring the numbersContinue reading “Submissions Request – Each Egg a World: Stillborn Project”
Art and Words by Aster Woods – Aster is caregiver to her mother 03/08/2020 10.32 AM Clean Bedroom 03/08/2020 10.52 AM Find Last Night’s Dinner 03/08/2020 10.55 AM Have Difficult Conversation about Vegetables I want her to eat vegetables. I want her to eat vegetables so much. I have a Pinterest board full of creativeContinue reading “Vegetables by Aster Woods”