Gender/Sexual Orientation


04/23/2015 19:36
 I have no trouble expressing any aspect of my identity. Love yourself. Identity is a construct that holds little weight in my eyes. Human emotions, inteterests and makeups are so fluid that identity seems silly. Sure, its nice to declare yourself on thing or the other, but is it confining you...


04/23/2015 19:32
As a white male on campus, I’ve felt privilege, but less privilege than others on campus. Being one of few males on campus I feel takes me out of the privilege category because its made me part of the minority. Being at a school that is prefoniately female, I feel as if the campus dynamic feels as...


04/23/2015 19:26
As a student on this campus I feel as if my identity is shaped a certain way being a male at a school with many girls. I feel like my identity is seen as being “one of the few guys” at this school. The school has a reputation for having many females, which is true, however I feel like being a guy...


04/23/2015 19:13
Problems with Wheelock: Extreme feminist- Everyone is entitled to their beliefs until their beliefs start to affect how they treat others. Wheelock has 88% females (roughly) and being of the 12% male population, I can feel the overwhelming expectations the students and staff place on the males...


04/23/2015 19:12
I think that when people at Wheelock talk about diversity, they are simply discussing racial diversity. While it is true that with recent events such as Ferguson, racial injustice has been at the forefront of the national headlines. However, one aspect of identity that is typically not a part of...
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Gender and Sexual Orientation

Here you will find the responses that focused on the issues on the Wheelock Campus that revolved around gender or sexual orientation.