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Wednesday, February 25, 2015

CHECK OUT THIS INFORMATION ABOUT
 
 
VIA THE NEW YORK FILM ACADEMY
 
 SHARED WITH YOU BY KRISTIE KOLILIAS

FIERCE LOOKS FOR THE PROFESSIONAL CURVY 8

Are you looking for the "it" outfit for work? Look no further! Click here to get these cool looks!


Corporate Diva 

 

Moxy Chic 

 

Seriously Fun 

 

Blue Bird 

 


Queen Gray 







Tuesday, February 24, 2015

WSA TODAY


FEMINISM AND WOMEN
IN
POP CULTURE



ALL ARE WELCOME
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
2/24 AT 11:30
M 222

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Friday, February 20, 2015

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

WELCOME TO DRESSING ROOM 8

Dressing Room 8 is a dedicated space for curvy women to discover, explore, and experiment with the latest fashion accessories styled to make any outfit unique.  

We offer Fashion Accessory Kits, Personal Styling, and Life Coaching. You can check out our blog to see our curated looks! 

Check out our Edgy & Cute Looks for the Woman on the Go at: http://www.dressingroom8.com/2015/02/18/cute-and-edgy-looks-for-the-woman-on-the-go/

Woman In Black 



Winter Woes 


 

Timeless Chic 


If you want to know more about us? Please visit our website at http://www.dressingroom8.com

WSA MEETING ON TUESDAY, 2/24

THE WSA PRESENTS A DISCUSSION ON
FEMINISM AND WOMEN 
IN 
POP CULTURE



ALL ARE WELCOME
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
2/24 AT 11:30
M 222

LINK FROM LAURA


VIA TAKE PART

IMAGE BY TREVOR LUSH/GETTY

Saturday, February 14, 2015

HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY!

Hope you are enjoying your day of love with your friends, family, husband, wife, partner, or other loved ones!

If you are looking for inspiration of what to wear! Dressing Room 8's blog post Check it out here!

Monday, February 9, 2015

I NEED FEMINISM BECAUSE...




I need Feminism Because I want the ladies in my family to be treated equally a their male counterparts in the work place.






















VIA THE NY TIMES

SHARED WITH YOU BY META PLOTNIK.

FROM THE ARTICLE:

For years, writers and academics have argued that gender identity is not a male/female binary but a continuum along which any individual may fall, depending on a variety of factors, including anatomy, chromosomes, hormones and feelings. But the dichotomy is so deeply embedded in our culture that even the most radical activists had been focused mainly on expanding the definitions of the two pre-existing categories.
Today, a growing number of students are embracing the idea that when it comes to classifying gender, there should be more than two options — something now afforded by the dating website OkCupid and by Facebook, which last year added a tab for “custom” alongside “male” and “female,” with some 50 options, including “agender,” “androgyne,” “pangender” and “trans person,” as well as an option for controlling who can see the customized version.

Tuesday, February 3, 2015

ONE MORE TIME….

FIRST WSA MEETING
THURSDAY, 2/5
11:30 IN M222
THERE WILL BE PIZZA.


ALL ARE WELCOME.

"Transgender Trouble"

NCC Professors Consuelo Arias (Foreign Languages/Women's Studies), Gary Ostertag (Philosophy), Frank Pupa (Philosophy/Women's Studies) and Chris Schwertman (English/Women's Studies), recently presented a panel which took as its starting point Michelle Goldberg’s recent New Yorker piece, “What is a Woman?” which documents the ongoing dispute between radical feminists and transgender activists. The dispute touches upon some basic questions concerning the nature of sex and gender. The participants reviewed the history of the current dispute, and provided a basic overview of some of the philosophical issues that underlie it.

Cut and paste the following link into your browser to hear audio of their presentation.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/3hk3plpapg2bcw6/20150128%20154252.m4a?dl=0