Renaissance French Literature au féminin

Emily Prestley | guest writer – Tufts University In 1555, the French poétesse Louise Labé saw the publication of Œuvres, her sole collection of poems and prose to be published before her death in 1566. Today, Œuvres represents one of the most significant contributions of the Renaissance to the development of the feminine narrative across […]

INFORMATIVE: Herpes Myths

Emily Lundy | guest writer Sex education and STD information is extremely important. We could all use a little myth-busting when it comes to the stigma around things involving our bodies and sex life. Take herpes, for example. Most people know that it doesn’t have a cure. But this knowledge isn’t enough. While everyone should […]