Category Archives: patriarchy

ENOUGH: Beneath the Towering Pines

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary folks that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** Beneath the Towering Pines Liv […]

The Thread: The Stories We’ve Been Told

Perhaps it was her blonde hair. Perhaps it was the headline: “Kirsten Gillibrand Speaks Mandarin. But Everyone Is Talking About Pete Buttigieg’s Norweigan Instead.” Perhaps it was simply that it’s election time once more. One thing summoned the ghost of Tracy Flick, ferocious protagonist of Tom Perrotta’s novel, Election, and the film of the identical identify. […]

ENOUGH: Remember the Time

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary folks that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** she remembered it abruptly… Lauren […]

ENOUGH: Eating Toast and Talking about Sexual Assault

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary people who interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** Eating Toast and Talking about […]

ENOUGH: When Water Can’t Put It Out

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary people who interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** When Water Can’t Put It […]

Reimagining Jesus: A Conversation with Savannah Sipple

Debut poet Savannah Sipple self-describes as a “queer, fat, unapologetic Appalachian woman.” She grew up in Beattyville, Kentucky, the city typically depicted because the epitome of American white poverty (as on this Guardian article). As we speak, Sipple lives not all that removed from her hometown; now in Lexington, she writes about her love/hate/love of […]

ENOUGH: A Fraying, Taut Rope

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary those that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** Secret Kerry Erlanger It’s darkish […]

ENOUGH: The Face of Zero

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary people who interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** The Face of Zero Marisa […]

ENOUGH: A Drama Queer Navigates Trauma

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary people who interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** A Drama Queer Navigates Trauma […]

ENOUGH: What You Wore

ENOUGH is a Rumpus collection dedicated to making a devoted area for essays, poetry, fiction, comics, and paintings by ladies and non-binary those that interact with rape tradition, sexual assault, and home violence. The collection will run each Tuesday afternoon. Every week we’ll spotlight totally different voices and tales. *** What You Wore Dori Ostermiller […]