• LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence: The Invisible Relationship

      Murray, Alise (2018-08-27)
      I have personally experienced LGBTQ Intimate Partner Violence (IPV). My topic is important because those who experience intimate partner violence, and who are LGBT or in queer relationships, are not provided information about IPV as often as heterosexual individuals. I hope readers will learn and realize that individuals in the LGBT community can face IPV, and that this issue needs more discussion. IPV is not something that affects one facet of someone’s life, it can affect multiple parts.
    • Our Voices

      Davidson Davis, Joy; Hoose, Gabriella; Lachman, Bernice; Morse, Bailey; Murray, Alise; Nau, Kelsi; Palozzi, Julia; Szurgyi, Melissa; Tucker, Daphne; The College at Brockport (2018-08-27)
      Our dissenting voices call for the dismantling of all identity-based power hierarchies that silence and oppress marginalized voices. We attempt to understand how the invisible forces of a binary world put women into roles of “lesser”.