By: Lanisha Porter
Now, as a feminist it would be ideal for me to petition that women should have the right to enjoy many sexual conquests and bypass the harsh labels that will come with it—because afterall, she is just a sexual being fulfilling her “biological destiny."
By: Lanisha D. Porter
A building without a solid foundation will fall. Alike, a person without a solid foundation will fall and have little guidance about getting up. Learned from my own experience, I’ve noticed that college opens up a world of new doors for any individual. College becomes a sea of new thought experiments, political suggestions, religious proclivities, theory explorations, and attitudes brought forth by hundreds of different people—all coming from different walks of life—that you have unlimited freedom to paddle through. From my experience, I’ve also learned that one can strategically sail that sea and use new findings to their advantage. One can become smarter, more well-rounded, civically-engaged and more empathetic to the worlds that may not be synonymous to their own. However, experience has also shown me that sailing that sea can wash people away and drown them of their own identity. Let me explain.
During my college career, I’ve witnessed disbelief become a cultural trend. For many of my peers, choosing not to believe in anything was more safe and logical than sorting through so many unverified offerings of what could be true.
Welcome to my views from this horizon!