“But you’re a woman – and you’re a Latina! You’re not privileged.” Kat Lazo’s inviting fellow Latinxs to understand how privilege shows up in your life.
We had a lot of awesome feminist moments in 2014! From Mo’ne Davis, Laverne Cox, to Emma Sulkowicz, feminists have been showing up and taking charge in pop culture and the news. Check out this video by Kat Lazo of TheeKatsMeoww for a list of just some of the exciting ways feminists have been smashing the patriarchy and the kyriarchy!
We talk a lot about street harassment as an issue affecting women. But there’s another group that is disproportionately targeted for this kind of violence, only we don’t talk about them nearly as much. Here to fix that is Kat Lazo. Watch Kat take to the streets of NYC and discuss street harassment and other forms of violence with members of the queer community.
Everywhere we turn, there are voices telling us what’s wrong with our bodies. We hear them every time we watch an advertisement for a beauty product. They’re the voices of strangers, coworkers, and sometimes they’re the voices of our friends and families. But what happens if you stop listening to all of these voices? Kat Lazo has some thoughts on the matter!
What’s up with the way that the media portrays menstruation? If all you knew about periods came from what you see on TV and in magazines, you’d think they’re either hilarious or terrifying. Watch Kat Lazo in this video where she discusses why this misrepresentation is dangerous for us if it causes embarrassment and uneasiness to the point of wanting to hide menstruation.
I didn’t identify as a feminist when I first met my partner seven years ago. But as I became more comfortable identifying as a feminist, I began to feel wary about coming out as a feminist to one of the closest people in my life – my partner. Feminism likely changed your perception of the world and yourself, so share your new perspective. Feminism is a conversation. Don’t be afraid to start one.