Jessica Schreindl

Jessica Schreindl

Bio

Jessica Schreindl is a campaign director and freelance writer in Seattle, Washington. She is a contributing writer for Mic.com and has been published on Feministing.com. She graduated with her M.A. from Syracuse University where she studied film history and documentary filmmaking

Jessica Schreindl Articles

Bitter. Bossy. Nasty. Bitch: Compliments to strong women everywhere.

From Bossy To Bitter: How The Narratives We Tell Girls Change As They Age

If bossy is for little girls beginning to experience their power, bitter is for women who have realized theirs.

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Menstruation and Misogyny: Period shaming strikes to the core of our worth.

Menstruation And Misogyny: Why Talking Openly About Our Periods Matters

Menstruation and Misogyny: I will continue to march to the bathroom, tampon in plain view, as if a conductor leading with her baton. Our periods matter!

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To be white is to inherit the white supremacist legacy and its delusions, no matter how liberal or progressive our upbringing.

The Great White Delusion: Why So Many White People 'Don't See Race'

White people, it would seem, are seriously out-of-touch with the racial reality in America. But why?

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After learning about things like intuition, nonverbal cues, gaslighting, etc., I still find myself pausing: Did these things even happen?

On Trusting Women And My Own Intuition

" As women, we are taught at an early age to ignore our intuition, and trust in the wisdom of others instead."

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Photo by Anthony Ginsbrook on Unsplash

It’s 2019. Why Do We Still Think Men Can’t Be Raped By Women?

The reality is that in our society, the idea that a boy or man can be raped by a woman is often seen as ludicrous.

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